The Official Animal Rights March SWFL 2019

Dated: 08/21/2019

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Saturday at 11 AM – 2 PM

Centennial Park
2000 W First St, Fort Myers, Florida 33917

Last year, over 100 animal lovers throughout the state of Florida joined Fort Myers for our first ever Official Animal Rights March and we want this year's event to be louder and more impactful than ever!

Join us in solidarity with the International Animal Rights March on August 24th at Centennial Park. Hear from animal rights activists and environmentalists, health experts, and musicians, as we unite to celebrate animals and learn how we can all effectively grow the vegan movement! 
This year's focus will be around all things that affect animals and the environment they live in. Florida is ground zero for the impacts of climate change. Our marine life continues to suffer tremendously due to greed and incompetent leadership. The government is back peddling on laws that will make matters worse. It is up to us to stand up for the animals and the environment! Whether you are vegan, vegetarian, plant-based, or just V-curious, this event is for you!
To keep up with everything vegan related in the area please join us @ www.VeganSWFL.org

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