Massive Animal Rights Event To Hit 32 Cities This Sunday

National Animal Rights Day is aimed at an end to animal exploitation
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The event includes a memorial ceremony for animals killed (Photo: Facebook)

The event includes a memorial ceremony for animals killed (Photo: Facebook)

The annual National
Animal Rights Day (NARD) is set to raise awareness of the plight of animals in
32 cities Sunday, June 3.

Animal
Rights

The
advocacy event was launched in 2011 by non-profit Our Planet. Theirs Too. and,
according to the NARD website, aims to 'give a voice to all animals' and
eventually see their rights protected by law.

It says
also that each day starts 'with a Memorial Ceremony for the billions of animals
who die every year by human hands' and ends with a 'celebration' of animals and
steps taken toward compassion and veganism.

2018

This year's
NARD will include events in Asia, Europe, North American, and Australia - to the
total of 32 cities.

 A map of the participating cities can be seen
on the event's webpage.