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"Exposing the truth to wipe
out animal experimentation"
National Primate Liberation Week
7 - 15 October 2006
International listings at bottom
Tuesday October 17, 2006
University of Alabama, Birmingham
We will meet at the corner of University Blvd and 16th Street in
front of Volker Hall.
contact: Kit King
Alabama Voice for Animals
Monday, October 9, 2006
MEET: Corner of Le Conte and Westwood
WHEN: 10 AM - 12 PM
Take the 405 (San Diego Fwy).
Exit at Wilshire Blvd.
Go east on Wilshire Blvd.
Turn left at Westwood Blvd.
Proceed north to Le Conte.
There is a public parking lot immediately to the left on Le
Please click here for
more helpful details.
Animal Rights on the Farm
Wednesday October 11th @ 10:30am
WHERE: Farmington, CT at Dunkin Donuts (230 Farmington Ave
across from UCHC entrance).
SPECS: There'll be a 15 pass van and
there are still seats available. Stops include facilities in
Farmington down to the coast and back. We will be back at around
For those who want to join us for the entire
trip (11a-4p), we are meeting at 10:30a at the Dunkin Donuts
located at 230 Farmington Ave, Farmington, CT. There'll be a 15
pass van and there are still seats available.
Our schedule is as follows:
11:00-11:30-- UConn Health Center
11:45-12:15-- FarmTech and Oread Biosafety (400 Farm. Ave)
1:30-2:00--Bristol-Myers, Wallingford, CT (HLS customer, to
2:30-3:00--Yale University, New Haven, CT
3:30-4:00--VA Medical Center, West Haven, CT
Wednesday, October 18th
10:00 am Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals
900 Ridgebury Rd Ridgefield, CT
4th nationally for AWA violations 19 in 9
months; also another supporter of the Animal Enterprise
District of Columbia
October 16th, 10 AM:
This protest will start at the Harvard
Medical School, and will proceed on to several other stops
including MIT, Boston University, and Massachusetts General
Directions to Harvard Medical School are at:
direction.html The address of the starting point is across
from the "Shuttle Bus Stop" circle at 221 Longwood Street
Contact information: Steven Baer
October 29: MARC (The Massachusetts Animal Rights
Coalition) will be commemorating this event by protesting
Harvard in Boston for the primates on October 29th; 2-4pm.
Contact info: MARC (Helen & Steve)
On October 13 at 5:00 PM, the Minnesota
Primate Freedom Project will be having a protest in front of
Moos Tower at the University of Minnesota.
We will be there to educate the students
and faculty about the atrocities committed by the University
of Minnesota vivisectors in the name of science. We will
also be protesting the University of Minnesota's refusal to
debate the issue "Does animal research advance science or
does it just advance careers."
The more people we have, the bigger impact
we will have on the students, faculty, and the University of
Moos tower is located at Washington Ave
S.E and Harvard St. S.E on the University of Minnesota's
East Bank. There is metered parking in front of the Radisson
and there is a parking garage I believe across the street
from Moos Tower.
We will have signs and a megaphone so
bring your chanting voice! The non-human primates that are
imprisoned at the University of Minnesota hope that you will
Please contact: Camille Hankins
Win Animal Rights
305 Madison Avenue, S. 449
New York, NY 10165
Date: Sat. Oct. 14 (raindate Sun. Oct. 15)
Place: 720 9th St. Durham, NC
(next to the Regulator Bookshop)
Please plan to help speak for the animals by
attending one of the events.
Tuesday - October 10
11:30 am to 1:00 pm
Neil & 11th Ave.
Wednesday - October 11
11:30 am to 1:00 pm
on the Oval - near the Faculty Club - 181 S Oval Dr
Thursday - October 12
4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
OSU Research Foundation - 1960 Kenny Rd
Please contact us with any questions.
Sponsored by Stop Animal Exploitation NOW! (SAEN)
this national event draws focus on the use of primates in
To quote from of their reports:
"Many people also have significant ethical concerns regarding
the use of primates in experimentation. Due to the social nature
of primates, their confinement in laboratories has significant
consequences. If primates are psychologically similar to human
beings in their ability to suffer, then the use of primates in
potentially painful/stressful projects should raise serious
The Ohio State University does use primates in
experimentation. Over the years POET has focused on two
investigators using primates, Dr. John Buford and Dr. Amer
Information on their work can be found on our
SOFA in Nashville will be protesting
primate abuse and experimentation at Vanderbilt University
Date: Friday, October 6th
Location: 25th and West End
Time: 3:30 to 5:30
Dallas / Fort Worth
Salt Lake City
October 15 - 22:
The Utah Primate Freedom Project will be targeting this
year's AALAS conference which will be held in Salt Lake
City. A full week of action
is planned against vivisection in response to this
conference. Please click on the
following link for more details:
AALAS & HLS
DESCEND ON SALT LAKE
Thursday October 12, 2006
University of Washington, Seattle
4:00 - 6:00 pm at the UW
3010 Wester Ave
Contact: Northwest Animal Rights Network
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