WDFA Mobilizes 12K+ People in 95 Countries
More than twelve thousand people in 95 countries participated in exposing the abuse and killing of tens of billions of farmed animals worldwide. This was the largest ever observance of World Day for Farmed Animals(WDFA). The occasion, on October 2nd, marks the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi.
This year's observance had a three-pronged approach. Our Fast Against Slaughter drew 12,437 participants including Russell Simmons and other celebrities. Our 200 Brochure Challenge resulted in the distribution of 320,000 brochures in a single day. Activists around the world held protests in front of slaughterhouses and animal ag facilities to raise awareness.
Read about the action and view the photos in our WDFA Report.
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