An iFH Event
Tired of doing nothing but writing letters and telephoning politicians?
Wish you could get out and join in all the wild horse roundup protests going on around the country, but can’t?
We invite you to . . .
GO WILD FOR WILD HORSES
Do it on your own, with a group of friends, on campus, at work . . . create an event and . . .
— PAINT YOURSELF WILD
Wear the wildest outfit your circumstances allow. Make it colorful, outlandish, provocative (if you have the nerve), but make it wild to draw attention to yourself, and break the ice. You want people to ask you what in the world you are doing, and why you are wearing that?
If you have a tie you never thought you would wear in public, here’s your chance. You can bet someone is going to ask you, “What’s up with that tie?” And there will be your opportunity to speak up for our wild horses.
Wild Hair Do:
Get your group of wild horse lovers together and have a competition to see who can come up with the wackiest, wildest hair style and go out and greet your public!
Do the same with make-up. Make it wild, bold, colorful . . . maybe even make yourself up to look like a horse.
— WEAR A BADGE OR STICKER
Don’t have a badge, sticker or chance to buy one? No problem. Take a sticky back label of any kind, like a large file folder label, and write or print on it, something like:
Wild for Wild Horses
Wild Horses Belong in the Wild
Ask Me Why I Look SO Wild
Wild Horses Wednesday
Print White House Switchboard No. 202-456-1414 or White House Comments Line No. 202-456-1111 on your sticker, write it on your hand . . . store them in your cell phone.
Ask people if they have a cell phone — politely ask them to call right then and there — ask the President to protect our wild horses and order an immediate halt to the roundups going on in Nevada. If they don’t have a cell phone, then hand them yours . . . if you can, of course.
Be as outrageous as the law allows, but whatever else you do this Wednesday, Go Wild for Wild Horses!
See, you just thought it was going to be boring after the Holidays.
Note: Please, please take pictures, and email them to us to help raise awareness even more!