World Day for Farmed Animals Events

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In honor of World Day for Farmed Animals, members of Huntsville Vegans will participate in a Fast Against Slaughter and will distribute informational materials to students at UAH.

For more information on World Day for Farmed Animals, visit the official webpage and read “Why Do We Need ‘World Day for Farmed Animals’?” by FARM Executive Director Michael A. Webermann, published in the Huffington Post.

 

Fast Against Slaughter

Thursday, October 2nd

12:00AM – 11:59PM

Most farmed animals are starved for at least 12 hours on their way to slaughter. On October 2nd, in solidarity and remembrance of their suffering, we encourage you to join us in a one-day fast against slaughter.

Join us! 

Sign-up on FARM’s website to take the pledge here.

Join FARM’s official Facebook event here.

Join Huntsville Vegan’s Facebook event here.

One Day Lamb

 

Outreach at UAH

Thursday, October 2nd

11:30AM – 1:00PM

 Facebook event

Members of Huntsville Vegans will hand out informational brochures at the UAH campus to spread awareness about the benefits of a vegan diet – for your health, the planet, and the animals.

If you’d like to help hand out brochures, meet us at Charger Union. We will have brochures for you to give out and can help answer any questions you may get from students.

 

Dinner to Celebrate Breaking Our Fast

Saffron Indian Restaurant in Madison

Friday, October 3rd

7:00PM

Facebook Event

To celebrate breaking our fast, we will have a dinner at Saffron Indian Restaurant in Madison instead of our usual Friday meetup. Join us for some delicious Indian food!

 

Please join us to spread awareness of the treatment of farmed animals. 

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