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NGO Promotes Veganism In The City

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NGO Promotes Veganism In The City

Over 190 cities across the globe, including seven Indian cities, took part in a coordinated event called the ‘Cube of Truth’. This global event, one of a series of events conducted in the World Vegan Month of November, was led by a volunteer group, ‘Anonymous for the Voiceless’. In Hyderabad, the event was held at Prasads Imax, Necklace Road. Volunteers carrying laptops showed footage of what animals are put through formed a human cube to bring out the dark truth about the consequences of people’s choices. The footage gave glimpses into the life-long suffering and cruel deaths caused by exploitation of animals for food, clothing, entertainment, experimentation and so on.

‘Anonymous for the Voiceless’, the international group, asked people to join a global movement that involves practicing and promoting anti-speciesism and veganism. The animal liberation movement has already spread rapidly in India over the last decade and is poised to become much bigger.  The volunteers appealed to avoid animal-based choices.

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