Breach Marine Protection announces the arrival of the
first batch of bracelets
and necklaces devoted to the baby gray whale killed on the 17th of May.
We are producing these items to foster a continued sense
of unity among
activists, to raise funds for the lawsuit appeal and surrounding costs
campaigns, to spark conversations about the entire issue, and in general
provide you with a tangible item with which to carry the message against
It would be wonderful if you could participate in this
by purchasing a bracelet or
necklace in honor of the beloved whale killed on the 17th.
The items are made with alphabet beads, strung and tied
together by hand.
They honor in a special way, carrying the name of the murdered whale.
name is the Makah word for "Beloved," and she was given this identity by
very special lady named Alberta Thompson, a Makah elder who has
spoken out against the Makah whaling.
The bracelets / necklaces are $10, plus $1.50 shipping
costs within the US.
If you live outside the US, please email us about shipping costs.
As always, no money will be used for any purpose except
that which is in the
direct interest of our friends of the ocean.
If you would like a necklace / bracelet to wear in honor
of the beloved whale,
please send $11.50 (US residents) to:
Breach Marine Protection - US
P.O. Box 532
Woodbury, CT 06798
Please email us as soon as possible with your
I would like a:
___clay beads: green letters on black background
___clay beads: blue letters on black background
All beads are square. The clay beads look a bit more
animated, while the silver
ones are more low key. We will also have other types in within a month.
At the moment, we have a very limited supply of all of
the above. If the type you
want runs out, we will try to get it for you as soon as we can. However,
beads may be more difficult to find again.
Thank you very much for your consideration and for
USA [email protected]
Go on to Make Your Voice Heard
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