Toronto will be one of many cities to host a branch of The Official Animal Rights March this weekend.
The event will begin at 9am at Allen Gardens with workshops and speeches. At 12pm attendees will march a route from 140 Carlton Street to the city’s waterfront.
Toronto’s march is just one part of a four-day-long event called the Animal Liberation Toronto Conference, which runs through August 19. The conference will include events such as a Cube of Truth and a demonstration facilitated by Toronto Pig Save.
The Official Animal Rights March
The Official Animal Rights March — launched in London by activism organization Surge — takes place in cities around the world each year. In 2018, 25 cities held marches, with the total number of attendees estimated at 28,000. According to the Surge website, there will be a projected 41 marches this year globally, with 10 of them taking place in the US.
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