Activists Aim To Break Record For Longest 'Human Chain For Animal Rights'

The upcoming event will also feature info booths and animal rights organizations
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Activists will join together to raise awareness of animal exploitation

Activists will join together to raise awareness of animal exploitation

The Animal Rights Activists Alliance has announced an unprecedented upcoming advocacy event in Hamburg, October 27 - where activists aim to make the longest 'human chain for animal rights' in recorded history.

A number of other animal rights organizations will also be represented at the event, including PETA and Animal Equality Germany.

The event will take place in Hamburg on October 27

The event will take place in Hamburg on October 27

'Common goal'

The organizers have set a target of 1500 to 2000 attendees, in order to meet the day's goals - maximizing the impact of the human chain, and the march to follow it.

Markus, of the Animal Rights Activists Alliance told Plant Based News: "Large events for animal rights are important for two reasons. First, they unite activists from different organisations to stand and fight together for the higher and common goal of animal rights.

"Second, they will reach larger audiences and will receive the media attention this social justice issue so desperately needs and deserves."