Massive Animal Rights Event To Hit 32 Cities This Sunday

National Animal Rights Day is aimed at an end to animal exploitation
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.

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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.



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.

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