SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES: A NATION BETRAYED is a powerful feature length documentary film project that takes a deeply passionate look into the world of both wild and domestic horses; their connection to our history and the future of humanity. It's an intelligent and hard hitting expose that reveals how the public has been misled by government agencies and corporate interests that run over the laws that are supposed to protect the public, the horses and the environment.
America's horses are disappearing never to be seen again. Horse meat is illegal and unfit for human consumption in the U.S. but an underground pipeline of slaughterers sell & trade them for their meat which is being sold as a delicacy to unsuspecting foreigners. The public health risks are many; the environmental impact is grave. SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES dispels the untold truth and cultivates change for the protection of America's horses, the environment and the international public at large.
This powerful documentary film delivers a compelling presentation of irrefutable facts. It reveals the hidden truth about what's really happening in America and the annihilation of our wild and domestic equines and its devastating impact on the economy, the environment and the future of humanity. Viewers are enlightened, engaged, empowered and inspired to take educated action toward social change for the betterment of our world.
The long-term benefits of this educational resource are endless and will be felt for generations to come. Your donations will be used to widen the audience for this landmark documentary so that the public will have access to it through theatrical showings, television/ cable, schools and universities and DVD.
Saving America's Horses challenges us to require accountability from our leaders by weaving in an underlying and lingering message that our horses and our very souls may depend on it. - -Laura Allen, Animal Law Attorney-ALC, Executive Board-WFLF SAH
Total Funding Received to Date: $1,915
Remaining Goal to be Funded: $28,085
Total Funding Goal: $30,000
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).