MAKE PEACE MAKES THE HUFFINGTON POST
Make Peace President Cynthia Branigan gave a talk recently on the broader implications of Greyhound adoption at the renowned Carlyle Hotel in New York City.
Her appearance resulted in this article in the Huffington Post. The Greyhound featured in the piece is Justa Fusileer, known as Jack to his adopters Ellen and MaryLou.
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(Click above for video) Make Peace With Animals' president Cynthia Branigan (along with a couple of adoptable friends) was interviewed on WXTF Fox 29 TV on Thursday, April 4th, 2013. The segment, on Good Day Philadelphia, aired in celebration of Greyhound Adoption Month.
Make Peace President Cynthia Branigan visited Fox TV's Good Day Philadelphia on April 12, 2012 to promote Greyhound Adoption Month. Her appearance was initiated by The Greyhound Project's Michael McCann, who described Cynthia as the country's leading expert on the adoption of retired racers. Click here for the video.
Photo: Cynthia Branigan, center, is flanked by Charles Rissel and Sue Serio of Fox 29's "Good Day Philadelphia." Also pictured, Roger and Wilhelmina
MAKE PEACE PRESIDENT MAKES A SPLASH IN THE NEWS!
Click here for the (Newark, NJ) Star-Ledger article about Atlantic City’s Steel Pier diving horses and Cynthia Branigan’s involvement in their rescue and retirement.
Getting a letter to the editor published in The New York Times is a rare honor. Fewer than 1% of those submitted are accepted.
On December 31st, Make Peace President Cynthia Branigan's letter appeared in response to an article titled, "Hunting Deer With My Flintlock." Here's a link to the original article, which we should warn you is quite graphic.
And here is Cynthia's letter suggesting the author should have appreciated the doe instead of slaughtering her (third letter down).