Veganism To Hit The World's Streets With Its?Biggest Global Campaign In History
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Veganism To Hit The World’s Streets With Its?Biggest Global Campaign In History


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Animal rights organization Anonymous for the Voiceless will be hosting the biggest ever global vegan outreach campaign tomorrow.

International Cube Day (November 5) will see around 200 ‘Cube of Truth’ events take place around the globe.

The ‘cubes’ feature activists in a square formation, showing footage of factory farming (‘truth’) to the public.


Last month Anonymous for the Voiceless made history with the biggest vegan street outreach event in the world: The World’s Biggest Cube of Truth in Sydney.

Speaking about the event, a spokesperson for the Facebook group Save Poppy and Friends said: “Holding 12 large screens, laptops, tablets and signs with powerful messages, Sydney hadn’t seen the likes of it and crowds gathered to take in the spectacle and message that stopped them in their tracks.


Now campaigners will be hoping to amplify that impact with tomorrow’s event.

Activists wishing to take part in the event can find their nearest Cube of Truth here.

Anonymous for the Voiceless Co-founder/Director) will be hosting an Outreach Workshop LIVE on the group’s Facebook page today. 

Those wishing to polish their outreach skills can do so here.


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