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Birmingham March To Close All Slaughterhouses

Sat 23rd June, 2018 @ 12:00 - 16:00

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Birmingham Animal Action will be hosting the Global event ‘March to Close Down all the Slaughter Houses’ 2018

We will meet at Victoria Square in Birmingham City Centre for 12pm
March route will be confirmed closer to the time

Every year Cities across the world gather together under the banner of ‘Close All The Slaughter Houses’ which originated in France a few years ago.

People from all walks of life will march together as one with leaflets, placards and banners to promote an end to Animal slaughter and advocate veganism.

It’s time to claim loud and clear the abolition of slavery of all the animals, the abolition of the practices which cause them the biggest wrongs: their breeding, their fishing and their slaughter.

Every year in the world, 60 billion land animals and more than 1000 billion aquatic animals are killed without necessity, which means that 164 million land animals and more than 2,74 billion aquatic animals are killed every day.

After the march, we will be disrupting a place of animal exploitation then heading to Pak Mecca Halal Slaughterhouse, for a remembrance and to lay flowers for the millions of victims that have had their throats slit there and been hung, drained of blood and sliced into pieces for cash and human consumption.

We ask you to respect this event by taking a vegan pledge for the duration of the event if you are in the process of transitioning. Thank you.

Our first speakers confirmed will be from:

Please feel free to bring your own banners and vegan leaflets.
We ask you respect a vegan pledge for this event.


Sat 23rd June, 2018
12:00 - 16:00
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Victoria Square, Birmingham
1 Victoria Square
Birmingham, B4 6QS United Kingdom
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