Arizona Residents: Join Our National Animal Rights Day Event in Tucson
National Animal Rights Day was started in New York City in 2011 by the nonprofit “Our Planet. Theirs Too” and continues to be held in various cities around the world on the first Sunday in June each year. Participants engage in a ceremony to recognize and honor the trillions of animals who have died from human activity in the past year. The event also aims to educate the public about animal suffering and celebrate the progress that has been made for animal rights over the years. NARD’s mission is to establish rights that are protected by law for nonhuman animals. This is the fifth year that the city of Tucson, Arizona, will participate.
What: National Animal Rights Day: a memorial ceremony to commemorate the trillions of animals who die by human hands every year and a celebration of the progress that is being made toward ending the suffering of animals and bringing forth their freedom
When: Sunday, June 5 at 10 a.m.
Where: Udall Park – 7290 E Tanque Verde Rd, Tucson, AZ 85715
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