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Rally For Regan in NOTL
August 23, 2020 @ 12:30 pm - 6:00 pm
On July 30, 2020 speciesists attended a vigil outside of Fearmans death camp in Burlington to try to prevent activists from bearing witness and giving pigs water. A particular group of individuals recognized as being the family and friends who own Sentineal Carriages in Niagara-on-the-Lake also attended holding signs disparaging Regan Russell’s good name.
Jenn Butski who is the founder of “Locals For Carriages”, a carriage support and thug group who oppose and try to antagonize and undermine the protests on the carriage rides held a sign which read “Epstein didn’t kill himself but…” which was meant to be read with the sign being held by a female believed to be Megan Sentineal, daughter of Laura and Fred Sentineal, owners of Sentineal Carriages in NOTL which read “Regan Committed Suicide”. Standing with them both was Laura Sentineal holding a sign saying “Truckers bring home the bacon”. Sean Sentienal was also present at the event.
We would like to see a HUGE massing if activists in Niagara-on-the-Lake on Aug 23 to gather at 12:30pm. We want to show the people of this town and Sentineal Carriages that Regan was and is a beloved, and cherished person who was murdered by the hate, arrogance and indifference to life that speciesists behold in their hearts to do the evil that they do toward nonhuman people. Regan’s good name was smeared by these people of whom their town council and mayor stand behind 100%!
We need to gather peacefully and make a big noise so that it is clear that Regan will be respected and that we will see the exploitation of horses ended in NOTL in her name.
WE ARE ALL REGAN
WE ARE HER LEGACY!
We will gather in Simcoe Park across the street from the Prince of Wales Hotel at 12:30pm.
We will have a briefing about safety and security and protocol on how things will unfold in the park.
Please bring signs celebrating Regan or demanding the banning of horse carriages. In NOTL, we have taken to wearing orange fabric arm bands during our events in honour of Regan. We will have these available for anyone who wants to as well. We have dedicated the year of activism in her name and wear them at every action for animals we attend this year.
There are many areas with free parking including along the back side of the park along Byron Street and the many residential streets surrounding the main downtown core. Please consider car pooling as much as possible. Please be aware of your surroundings when walking with signs that identify you as an activist. There will be contact info provided for anyone who would like an escort to and from the event at a later time.
If you want to support sanctuaries and get a Regan t-shirt, or stickers, please reach out to Jenny McQueen.
If you have any questions. Please message the page. Please be aware that this event is “PUBLIC”. Please share it widely and invite EVERYONE! Be mindful of what you state on the event page.
Thank you to all and we look forward to a glorious day uplifting Regan’s name and celebrating her in a place that has so much hate for her and what she stood for.
Note: Please check the Facebook event page for updates.