Reprinted with permission from: Save Misty The Dolphin
|AP Photo of Taiji dolphin hunters and their prey|
As the days leading to September 1 dwindle down to a mere handful, the thoughts of caring people the world over turn to a small coastal village in the southern portion of Japan. Taiji, made famous by the Academy-award winning documentary, The Cove, is ground zero for the annual slaughter of hundreds to thousands of dolphins.
- Watch The Cove movie & share it with a friend. Become a part of the world’s largest home screening of The Cove on September 1 by signing-up at: Worldwide Screening of the Cove Movie on September 1, 2011
- Join in a peaceful protest or rally at Japanese Embassies & Consulates around the world on September 1 as part of the International Day of Awareness for the Dolphins of Taiji
- Sign and share our Petition
- Call your Japanese Embassy and tell them to STOP the Taiji dolphin slaughter today:
It has been said that one person, giving all of their time to peace, makes news. Many people, giving some of their time, can make history. Let’s make history together. The water of the Taiji cove needs to stay blue - now and forever. YOU can help make that happen #DolphinsLoveUs ><((((º> ♥°°°♫ ♫ .
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