Animal Writes
From 24 April 2005 Issue

WLALW - World Laboratory Animal Liberation Week

Over 20,000,000 million animals suffer and die in U.S. laboratories every year. These innocent victims are subjected to addictive drugs, caustic chemicals, ionizing radiation, chemical and biological weapons, electric shock, deprivation of food and/or water, psychological torture and many other horrors. World Laboratory Animal Liberation Week (April 16th - 24th, 2005) is the time when activists come together to make a difference for these animals. On-Line Sign-Up Form for 2005 (

This week has traditionally been a time when animal activists have organized rallies, protests, news conferences, literature tables, and other events to fight for the animals that are imprisoned in laboratories and to raise public awareness of their plight. These animals are depending on each one of us to stand up and act on their behalf.

Please use the information and resources on this web site to support your efforts on behalf of the 20,000,000 animals that will suffer and die in U.S. laboratories this year. If we can do anything to support your efforts please contact us at [email protected]

Please send us information on all WLALW events (protests, news conferences, literature tabling, etc) so that we can post your activities in our events list on this website. This will allow all activists that view this web page to find out about and potentially attend as many WLALW events as possible.

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World Laboratory Animal Liberation Week

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