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On #ValentinesDay (Friday), demonstrations are being held at Japanese embassies / consulates around the world against #Taiji’s dolphin slaughter.

If you can’t go, gather your kiddies, print the FREE Valentine’s cards provided via Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, and send ‘em to the embassies. Teach activism, not apathy!

As the world awakens to the massive annual slaughter of whales and dolphins in Taiji — millions of animals needlessly suffer & are killed for our food, entertainment, clothing & personal testing (vivisecting) demands EVERY DAY. If you care about, are concerned for and consider one species, care about them (us) all. Keep widening your circle of compassion to include everyone - we are all animals.

Join Sea Shepherd Conservation Society & Sea Shepherd Cove Guardians at the Japanese Embassy and Consulates on Valentine’s Day to honor the dolphins who are brutalized in Taiji’s Cove:

Valentine’s Day Demonstrations Feb 14th, 2014, 12:00pm - 1:00pm ET/PT

Sea Shepherd USA will be leading demonstrations at the Embassy of Japan in Washington, D.C. and Japanese consulates in cities across the country to stand with the Cove Guardians in demanding an end to the bloodshed in Taiji. Sea Shepherd invites all to join us for the peaceful Valentine’s Day demonstrations and raise their voices for the dolphins. On a day meant to celebrate love, we will show Japan the love felt by the people of the world for dolphins. You might not be able to go to Japan, as Sea Shepherd Cove Guardians do, but you can join us at Japan’s doorstep.

There are 2 ways to help:

  1. Demonstrate at Japanese Embassy & Consulates Sea Shepherd will be demonstrating outside Japanese Consulates and the Japanese Embassies. Join Sea Shepherd and Sea Shepherd Cove Guardians to remind the Japanese government that the Taiji drive hunts dishonor Japan. Japan can only begin to restore their honor by ending the horror in the Taiji Cove. Download & print a poster, and join us.

Poster 1 Poster 2 Poster 3 Poster 4 Poster 5

Demonstration begins at 12:00pm ET/PT and ends at 1:00pm ET/PT outside the following locations in the US:

Seattle 601 Union Street, Suite 500 Seattle WA 98101-4015

San Francisco 50 Fremont Street, Suite 2300 San Francisco CA 94105-2236

Los Angeles 350 South Grand Ave, Suite 1700 Los Angeles CA 90071-3459

Denver 1225 17th Street, Suite 3000 Denver CO 80202-5505

Houston 2 Houston Center Building
 909 Fannin Street Suite 3000 Houston TX 77010

New York City 299 Park Ave, 18th Floor New York NY 10171-0025

Washington DC 2520 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20008

Complete list of Consulates in the US:

JICC - Embassy of Japan, Washington D.C. | U.S. Consulate-General Guide

Sea Shepherd encourages international demonstrations:

Sea Shepherd invites global supporters and dolphin lovers to join in the demonstrations and bring their concern to the doorsteps of the Japanese government in cities around the world. For a list of Japanese embassies and consulates worldwide, please visit: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan

  1. Send a Valentine for a Dolphin directly to the Japanese Embassy Remind the Japanese government that dolphins are loved and appreciated by millions. Download & print a Valentine for a dolphin, and send it directly to the Embassy of Japan in Washington DC.

Valentine’s Day Card 1 Valentine’s Day Card 2 Valentine’s Day Card 3 Valentine’s Day Card 4

Kid friendly Valentine’s Day cards:

Valentine’s Day Card 5 (Kid Friendly) Valentine’s Day Card 6 (Kid Friendly)

Send your Valentine for a Dolphin directly to the Japanese Embassy:

Ambassador Kenichiro Sasae C/O Embassy of Japan 2520 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20008

To learn more about Operation Infinite Patience, please visit the Cove Guardians site

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