March Against Cruelty to Animals Planned for November

The March Against Cruelty to Animals is scheduled for November 16 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Organizations and individuals who care about the humane treatment of animals are invited to join and march in solidarity against cruelty and abuse.

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“The goal of Florida March Against Cruelty to Animals is to bring together those concerned about the welfare of animals. We want to fight cruelty at the community level."

Ft. Lauderdale, FLA (PRWEB) July 18, 2013

March Against Cruelty to Animals, a national grassroots organization to raise awareness about compassion for animals, announces that it will hold its first march in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on November 16. The March invites all advocates for animals – animal activists, rescue and welfare groups, and individuals who care about the humane treatment of animals – from Florida and out of state to march in solidarity against animal abuse and cruelty.

Andrew Kirschner, Ed.D., lead organizer, who writes Kirschner’s Korner and hosts a radio show, Kirschner’s Korner Radio to help raise awareness about global issues affecting animals, said, “The goal of Florida March Against Cruelty to Animals is to bring together those concerned about the welfare of animals to seek change. We want to raise awareness about the institutional and individual cruelty perpetrated against animals around the globe to encourage more people to take action in their community to fight cruelty and make humane decisions in their daily lives.”

The inaugural March Against Cruelty to Animals will be held at Huizenga Plaza in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, beginning at noon on November 16. In addition to the march there will be speakers; and animal rescue and welfare groups will be on hand to provide information about their local and statewide programs.

About the March, Wayne Pacelle, President & CEO, The Humane Society of the United States, said, “The key to progress for animals rests with good people standing up for animals and exerting their collective voice. I am excited to hear about burgeoning grassroots activism, like the 2013 March Against Cruelty to Animals, and hope that people of conscience join the effort.”

“Whenever you can stand up, speak out, write, bend an ear, open eyes and hearts and minds, it’s an opportunity to grab, otherwise why do we exist,” said Ingrid Newkirk, President and Co-Founder, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. “Don’t just come to the March, talk it up, tell everyone, and bring everyone you can, friends and family members, coworkers, kids!”

For more information about the March, including how to volunteer whether you are in Florida or out of state, visit: http://www.marchagainstcrueltytoanimals.org/.


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