San Francisco Bay Area: March with Hundreds of Animal Liberationists

San Francisco Bay Area: March with Hundreds of Animal Liberationists

Get on your feet, open your heart, and take to the streets with In Defense of Animals, Direct Action Everywhere, and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals in a giant Animal Liberation March on Saturday, Sept. 25, starting at 2 pm. 

Inspiring talks will be followed by a media-friendly walk, from Mission Dolores Park to City Hall in San Francisco. Jack Gescheidt, TreeSpirit Project founder, will speak on behalf of co-host In Defense of Animals, and will include an update on the rare Tule elk of Point Reyes National Seashore who are being killed by the National Park Service at the request of dairy and beef ranchers.  

Come show the world how many of us now understand how humanity’s treatment of animals is coming out of the Dark Ages and into a new age of understanding, compassion for animals, and peace on the planet. In Defense of Animals will be represented and will speak at the rally before we set out across the city, amassing at City Hall.

We’re racing against time to save animals, our planet, and ourselves. The pandemic and climate emergency have shown us how destructive animal exploitation is for all animals, including us humans too; we are interconnected.

Stand, walk proudly, and together we’ll show the world just how many of us now treat animals and the planet with love and respect. Take action now!

WHAT: Animal Liberation March

WHERE: Mission-Dolores Park @ 19th & Dolores Streets in San Francisco, California

WHEN: 2:30 pm, Saturday, September 25, 2021

RSVP: Facebook Event Page

ACCESSIBILITY: This march will be about 2 miles long, at a moderate pace, on typical, uneven city streets with cracks and potholes. ASL interpretation may be available by request. Please email with questions or accessibility requests: info@liberationconference.

In Defense of Animals fully expects and strongly urges all people involved in this campaign to act responsibly and lawfully and to respect the personal interests and privacy rights and concerns of any individuals who may be affected by, or become the subject of, this peaceful demonstration or related efforts.

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