CHICAGO: Protest Denny's Animal Cruelty at WSJ Food Forum Conference

-> 120 E Delaware Pl, Chicago, IL 60611, USA
RSVP ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/events/7785604001550629/ Join Animal Equality and activists outside of The WSJ Global Food Forum in a protest against the extreme abuse toward pregnant pigs in Denny's supply chain. Denny's is allowing a practice that is so cruel, it is already banned in 11 US states and hundreds of companies have pledge to do the same. Denny's CEO, Kelli Valade, is one of the speakers at this event, and we want her and her peers to know how the public feels about Denny's refusal to make a commitment to phase out cages for pigs completely. In 2012, the restaurant chain made a public commitment to end the use of gestation crates. After more than 10 years, the majority of female breeding pigs in Denny's supply chain are still confined to metal cages so small they can't even turn around. They spend nearly their entire lives this way. Denny's recently removed its goal of ending this horrific practice and now refuses to engage with customers who are concerned about the failed commitment. Hundreds of calls, emails, and social media comments have gone ignored. Join us and make sure that Denny's know how we feel about animals in cages! Posters will be provided. Time and date is subject to change, so check back for any updates. MEETING LOCATION: Conners (Williams) Park ​​ 861 N Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL 60611 at 4:30pm (on the corner of E Delaware and N Rush St). Learn more and take action to help pregnant mother pigs at ItsDinerTime.com. REGISTER FOR A DISCUSSION REGARDING THIS PROTEST ON JUNE 4: https://my.animalequality.org/a/chicago-mobilze-for-animals