Fifth Annual International March for Elephants in Washington DC
Hosted by Elephants DC
Date: World Elephant Day, Saturday, August 12, 2017
Time: 11 a.m.
Where: Lincoln Memorial, right near the corner of Henry Bacon Drive & Constitution Avenue
For the fifth year, join friends around the world calling for the end of the ivory trade and rhino horn trade while advocating to save endangered species from extinction.
Assembly Time: Begins at 11 a.m. at the Lincoln Memorial for photos & live video on why elephants matter to you on the planet.
Right near the corner of Henry Bacon Drive & Constitution Avenue.
March Start Time: At noon, we shall begin our peaceful march with starting point of the Lincoln Memorial, up on Henry Bacon Drive where police escort begins on one lane of the street; left on 15th to Pennsylvania ave; left on Pennsylvania Ave. before the White House for a peaceful rally at Lafayette Square with distinguished speakers from around the world.
Why the elephants need the voice of the American people more than ever: http://voices.nationalgeographic.com/2016/10/13/world-body-that-could-protect-elephants-decides-not-to/ … Join us as we show the world that the vast majority of Americans do not support perpetual trade in elephants, no matter the excuse.
Read more about the HISTORY OF DC MARCH FOR ELEPHANTS SINCE 2013
This event is part of the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos and iWorry movement.
For global marches from San Francisco to Rome held annually, visit www.march4elephantsandrhinos.org.
For more on the spark which became a movement FOR elephants, visit www.iWorry.org.
To learn more, visit www.elephantsdc.org and to volunteer for the 2017 march, send an email to: email@example.com.