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The Carriage-Horse Industry - In Conjunction with the Ban Horse-Drawn Carriages in Philly Campaign


One of the campaigns I frequented the most before my activism hiatus was the BanHDCPhilly Campaign.  We would go down to 5th and 6th and Market Streets with leaflets and signs and do a silent/peaceful protest.   733 more words


History comes to life in Pointe-Saint-Charles

WATCH ABOVE: History was on display in the Point Saturday afternoon, as the Great Cavalcade paraded through the streets. The event marks the 350th anniversary of the arrival of the first horses to New France. 161 more words


Russell Simmons: NYC's Horse Carriages Like Holocaust

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Hip-hop mogul and animal-rights advocate Russell Simmons is comparing New York City’s horse-drawn carriages to slavery and the Holocaust.

Simmons spoke Thursday at an event organized by horse carriage opponents. 192 more words


Horse-Drawn Carriages:Taking Cruelty For A Ride

Every year, both people and horses are hurt in carriage accidents.  The horses forced to do this work endure pain and suffering all because a few people don’t want to give up this practice.   226 more words


Letter: Calèche horses should be retired

Re: “Carriage rides not so charming for the horses” (Opinion, May 20)

We need to thank Jessica Scott-Reid for writing about why the use of horses for calèches is totally exploitative. 132 more words


A Mediaeval Romance in Brugge

It is easy to love Brugge.

The town is shadowed in mediaeval times; filled with gothic and baroque monuments, picturesque cobbled lanes, tiny bridges and canals at every turn, the waters either still, or rippling in waves, as one glides by in a boat with other tourists, a tour guide at the helm, announcing loudly where they are and histories of particular stops of particular places. 283 more words