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Advocacy goes digital with Animal Equality’s Live Action Hour

Advocates gathered to take digital actions for animals at the first Live Action Hour earlier this week.
March 21, 2024 Updated: April 11, 2024
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Earlier this week, animal advocates gathered for Animal Equality’s first Live Action Hour. Hosted by its Campaigns team, this Live Action Hour provided an opportunity for advocates to send emails to corporate leaders, write negative reviews for corporations engaging in animal cruelty, and send emails to Congress to oppose the EATS Act. 

This Action Hour was held amidst Animal Equality’s campaign against extreme confinement in Denny’s supply chain. Since its launch, the campaign has resulted in over a dozen nationwide protests and over 53,000 messages to leadership from concerned consumers, each calling on the diner chain to remove small, metal cages for mother pigs from its supply chain.

Here’s how you can get involved in the fight against animal cruelty:

  1. Kevin Coveney: Denny’s Franchise Association board member and Chair of its supply chain committee.
    1. Step 1: Visit this link https://animalequality.org/act/kevin-coveney/ and send him an email through FastAction (personalize the subject line and the body of email)
    2. Step 2: Click on the icon that says “Call Kevin Coveney and leave him a voicemail,” and follow instructions on the Google document. 
  2. Carl Ferland: Denny’s Franchise Association board member and member of its supply chain oversight committee.
    1. Step 1: Visit this link https://animalequality.org/act/carl-ferland/ and send him email through FastAction (personalize the subject line and the body of email)
    2. Step 2: Click on the icon that says, “Leave a negative review about his restaurants.” Sample comments and links are provided on the Google document.  
  3. Kelli Valade: Denny’s CEO
    1. Step 1: Visit this link https://animalequality.org/act/kelli-valade/ to send her and other Denny’s executives a direct email (personalize subject line and the body of email).
    2. Step 2: Click on the icon that says “Comment on Kelli Valade’s posts on LinkedIn.” Sample comments are provided. (You must have a LinkedIn account for this action).
  4. Finn Partners: Denny’s PR agency
    1. Step 1: Visit this link https://animalequality.org/act/finn-partners-in-cruelty/ and send Finn Partners’ leadership an email through FastAction (personalize the subject line and the body of email).
    2. Step 2: Click on the icon that says “Comment on Finn Partners’ social pages. Here are some suggestions.” Sample comments and links are provided. 
  5. Legislative Action: Oppose the EATS Act
    1. Step 1: Visit https://animalequality.org/stop-eats-act/ and fill in your information on the FastACtion prompt to send an email to your Congress members, asking them to oppose the EATS act. 

Ready to get started?

You can join Animal Equality’s next live Action Hour by reserving your place. Better yet, bring a loved one with you to expand your network of animal protectors and watch your impact grow. 

You can also take action for animals by leaving meat, dairy, and eggs off your plate, replacing them with fresh, sustainable, and wholesome plant proteins. To get started, simply head over to Love Veg and download your free digital cookbook. 

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