Wild Horse Education (WHE) is launching a news channel this weekend to cover public land and wild horse issues. Links to access the channel will be provided shortly before the first broadcast.
“I wont stop writing,” said Laura Leigh, founder of WHE, “But at this moment I can not get all the work done to actually address the issues and then write sufficient articles to educate you appropriately. I know a lot of people do not have time to read all of the information so they can sift through all the noise happening right now. We are going to make it easy. You can listen live or replay each broadcast on your way home from work.”
WHEgoLIVE will provide you with a 30 minute breakdown of the weeks events and a place to find resources to learn more when you have time. The first broadcast will be Saturday, May 27, at 9 am PST, and will be loaded for you to listen to any time it is convenient.
To have your questions answered in the first broadcast you can email them to: WHEgoLIVE@gmail.com
To help us to continue to document, inform, engage and litigate when needed, please consider a donation.
WHE GO LIVE recorded version, important reading links below. This has been a rough few months behind the scenes. Betrayal runs rampant in the “wild horse world.” This is the recorded version. Our “live” audience experienced some listening static and we are working on correcting the issues moving forward.
This is a very informal first broadcast. Future broadcasts will include all the bells and whistles as we finalize our interface, that will permit audience participation. (note: We got 4.5 hours of sleep last night to get the animation complete).
An online audio/visual news experience that will address your questions and concerns on public land issues. To access “video blog QnA” archives: https://wildhorseeducation.org/wild-horse-news-wednesday-weekly/
This service is being launched a month ahead of schedule due to the uproar caused by the President’s proposed budget that will send tens of thousands of wild horses to death; killed in holding or sent to slaughter. WHE Volunteer Correspondent Christ Pynn, will cover many stories and conduct interviews with public land interests and people working on wild horse issues. We rushed an interview with Leigh to discuss wild horses possibly going to slaughter.
We know our audience is broad. We have beginners and experienced advocates.Our readers are made up of a 45% male, 55% female, ratio. We are stating that because so often “wild horses” are seen as a gender specific platform. We hope that a combination of the articles we write, and this video “news” is helpful to all on some level.
WE Go LIVE
Articles this week:
President’s Proposed Budget, as it was breaking: https://wildhorseeducation.org/2017/05/23/presidents-budget-approves-selling-wild-horses-to-slaughter/
The “set up,” We saw this coming a few years ago…
part three, litigation on file earlier this month and more to come: https://wildhorseeducation.org/2017/05/25/posttruth-3-a-rock-and-a-hard-place-foia-rac-and-litigation/
Written two days before the budget “broke public.” https://wildhorseeducation.org/2017/05/23/counterpunch-this-land-is-your-land-unless-your-a-wild-horse-advocate/
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