Raw milk rally in DC

Unfortunately, I won’t be able to attend, but it should be an interesting experience:

FOOD NETWORK WANTS TO TELL YOUR STORY
Raw Milk Rally on Capitol Hill, Monday June 2

Dear Raw Milk Lovers:

The Food Network is working on a show about raw milk and how it has changed people’s lives. As a part of this, they want to show their viewers the political side of the raw milk battle. To do so they are hosting a raw milk rally and would like to invite you to demonstrate your support for raw milk, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, which will be filmed as part of a documentary about the growing consumer demand for raw milk.

This will be a chance to tell your personal story on national television, about how raw milk has helped you and your family achieve better health or heal from chronic disease. Or, why you feel it should be an available choice to all who want it. The main purpose of this event is to help spread the word via our stories to be aired on the Food Network.

CAPITOL HILL RAW MILK RALLY with Special Guest Speakers:

Richard Morris, Author of A Life Unburdened

Liz Reitzig, President of Maryland Independent Consumers and Farmers Association

DATE: Monday June 2, 2008

TIME: 9:45/ 10:00 am

WHAT TO BRING: Pro raw milk signs/t-shirts, raw milk fed babies, raw milk flyers, brochures etc. If you can, bring some raw milk in a cooler so we can offer tastings to passersby that would be great!

Real Milk Rocks T shirts (for $20.00) and A Life Unburdened books will be on sale at the event.

WHERE: Meet on 3rd Street SW Corner.

So we can get a feel for who is coming: Please email kimberly@hartkeonline.com if you are planning to attend.

Comments

  1. Keith Winkler says:

    Pasteurization of milk was one of the great public health achievements of the 20th century. Giving away raw milk from a cooler to passersby borders on the criminal and feeding raw milk to babies is worse than criminal – it’s gross child endangerment.

  2. Joel Fagin says:

    Jacob,

    check out this show about coffee from Food Network, tell me if this guy is full of shit or not.

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=6V-1O2nqars

    And how can I get in touch with you, you are never on AIM.

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