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National Animal Rights Day

Updated: Jul 26, 2021

Our Planet. Theirs Too

Established in 2011 (observed annually)

Founded by New York non-profit Our Planet. Theirs Too The National Animal Rights Day is marked throughout the world with a memorial ceremony to commemorate the billions of animals who die every year by human hands, often in the presence of some of the actual victims. The ceremony usually ends with the reading and signing of The Declaration of Animal Rights. During the ceremony activists hold or stand by the bodies of recently deceased non-human animals, from fish to lambs. This marks a sorrow and regret for the current species-ist systems, as well as respecting the often forgotten and unseen non-human individuals.

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