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Stop Animal Exploitation NOW!
S. A. E. N.
"Exposing the truth to wipe out animal experimentation"

Events and Campaigns

National Primate Liberation Week
Local Events
October 17th - 24th 2009

AZ | CA | DC | FL | GA | KS | MA | MO | MD | MI | NV | NY | NH | OH | PA | WA

Arizona

Chandler/Phoenix

Covance
Sat Oct 17th 2-4 pm for our Protest Rally against Covance with prayer vigil to follow.
Corner of Gilbert & Germann
Contact: cyorprodonna@cox.net

California

Davis/Sacramento

University of California, Davis
Thursday Oct, 22th from 11:30am to 1:30pm
For information graphside@aol.com

Long Beach

Wednesday, October 21st, 2009
In honor of National Primate Liberation Week,
Cease Animal Torture (CAT) presents...
Screening of the film, Chattel
with speaker, Dr. Jerry Vlasak, MD.
Starts at 6 PM @ Multi-Cultural Center (FO3-02)
California State University Long Beach.

Vegan refreshments will be served!
ceaseanimaltorture@yahoo.com
http://www.myspace.com/ceaseanimaltorture

Los Angeles

UCLA
DATE: SATURDAY OCTOBER 24TH
TIME: 5:00 – 7:00PM
LOCATION: UCLA, CORNER OF LE CONTE AND WESTWOOD, WESTWOOD VILLAGE.

2009 marks another year that UCLA has used primates in painful experiments. The annual report for 2008 states that out of 37 non-human primates used at UCLA, 35 were used in procedures that caused pain and distress.

In the UCLA labs non-human primates are subjected to experimental protocols, coercive control (food and water deprivation), sensory-motor deprivation, mother infant separation and social isolation. The restrain chair pictured above, is similar to the one used by Joaquin Fuster who has been performing the same cruel brain experiments for the past 28 years earning a whopping $5,859,480.00 from your federal funding. Whilst your tax dollars have enabled Fuster to languish in a multi-million dollar mansion in Pacific Palisades the animals he abuses in his labs suffer tremendously.

We can and will make a difference with your support and voices for change. Please join SAEN Los Angeles at the 2009 candlelight vigil for the non-human primates imprisoned in Joaquin Fusters’ labs. Posters, fliers and candles will be provided.
 
For more information please visit www.saenonline.org  or email saenlosangeles@yahoo.com 

Directions to UCLA:
From 405
Exit Wilshire and head east
Turn Left/North on Westwood
Meeting place is NE corner of Le Conte and Westwood

From Sunset heading west
Turn left on Hilgard
Right on Le Conte
Meeting place is corner of Le Conte and Westwood

Public parking lot available on Le Conte (turn left on Le Conte for parking from Westwood)
Street meters available


San Francisco

University of California, San Francisco
Contact: armyofcompassion@gmail.com 


Michael Budkie, Executive Director of Stop Animal Exploitation NOW!, will give a talk about his new book, Tear At The Jacket, as well as talking points on primates suffering in research, particularly regarding UCSF.
When: Wednesday the 21st of October, 7:00pm
Where: The Club Quarters Hotel
            the East & West Niantic room
            424 Clay St. (Financial District)
            San Francisco, California


Protest Rally
Thursday the 22nd of October - Noon - 1:30pm
Army of Compassion
University of California, San Francisco
Focus: UCSF Animal Welfare Act Violations
University California, 513 Parnassus, San Francisco
 

D.C.

Washington, D.C.

Monday, Oct 19th 4-6 pm HLS customer demos, meet at Navy Memorial/Archives.

*We will be walking to a few locations so bring your walking shoes and a loud voice to speak out for the voiceless.

Wednesday, Oct 21st 4-6 pm NIH Demos. Meet at W Cedar Ln & Old Georgetown Rd., Bethesda, MD

For questions or RSVP, email DARTT@riseup.net 
www.dartt-online.org

Florida

Gainesville

Animal Activists of Alachua will be doing tabling at the Reitz Union on Tuesday and Wednesday from 10:00 - 2:00. On Thursday, we will have a demonstration in the Plaza of the Americas from 12:30 until 1:30. We are also hosting a speaker from Jungle Friends primate sanctuary at 7:30 in building CSE, room 119. Then, we are having a volunteer day on Saturday the 24th at Jungle Friends sanctuary

Contact: Alyssa Cohen acohen@animalactivists.org  www.animalactivists.org

Tampa

University of South Florida
Contact: Mindi - 813-334-2874 - mindibeth@gmail.com

Georgia

Atlanta

Saturday, October 24th
Emory University
11:00 AM till 1:00 PM
stone gate entrance of Emory University
Telephone: 770.719.5348
Email: info@primatefreedom.com

Kansas

Kansas City

October 24, Saturday at 1pm to 3pm
University of Kansas Medical Center, 3901 Rainbow Blvd. 66160
Contact: SAEN Kansas City
Devin dlistrom@kc.rr.com

Maryland

Bethesda / Washington D.C.

Monday, Oct 19th 4-6 pm HLS customer demos, meet at Navy Memorial/Archives.

*We will be walking to a few locations so bring your walking shoes and a loud voice to speak out for the voiceless.

Wednesday, Oct 21st 4-6 pm NIH Demos. Meet at W Cedar Ln & Old Georgetown Rd., Bethesda, MD

For questions or RSVP, email DARTT@riseup.net 
www.dartt-online.org

Massachusetts

Boston

Harvard -- outside Harvard Gates across from Au Bon Pai
October 24th, 2-4pm
Contact: Massachusetts Animal Rights Coalition (MARC), www.MassAnimalRights.org
Email: info@MassAnimalRights.org

Michigan

Ann Arbor

University of Michigan
Michigan Animal Rights Society (MARS)
Date and Location: Wednesday, October 21, 10:30, on the University of Michigan's Central Campus Diag.
Protest Focus: Primate experimentation at the University, as well as petitioning for the passage of the Great Ape Protect Act of 2009.
Contact:

Kalamazoo

Kalamazoo Animal Liberation League - KALL
Protest at MPI Research
Monday October 19th 4:30-6:00
MPI Research - 54943 N Main St, Mattawan, MI 49071
directions: 1/4 mile south of I-94 at Mattawan exit (exit 66)
contact: 269-383-4656
mikeschuur@charter.net

Missouri

St, Louis, MO

St. Louis Animal Rights Team
Washington University
Saturday, October 24th from 1:00pm-2:00pm in front of BJC Hospital Dora Angelaki’s experimentation is the target
Contact: start1@charter.net or 314-851-0928 www.start4animals.org

Nevada

Reno/Sparks

Tania Tavcar
t.tavcar@yahoo.com
Northern Nevada Animal Alliance
775 852-3506

New Hampshire

Concord

NH Animal Rights League
October 20 from 10 am until 2 pm we will have an informational table at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH to shed some light on the primate experimentation conducted there. Carpooling is available so please contact us if you would like to attend or if you have any questions.
Contact: Linda 603-377-0225 lindld@comast.net
www.nhanimalrights.org

New York

New York City

Full Week of activities for more information:

Camille Hankins
Win Animal Rights
New York City
Phone: 1-646-267-9934
e-mail: centcom@war-online.org

Ohio

Columbus

Demo: Monday, October 19th from 11:30am - 1:00pm
Location: The Ohio State University campus at High St. and 15th Ave. The open space next to the Wexner Center.
Contact: poetwill@sbcglobal.net
614-224-4598

Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Association for the Abolition of Vivisection, info@pittaav.com 
www.pittaav.com

Washington

Seattle

Northwest Animal Rights Network
University of Washington, Seattle
When: Thursday, Oct. 22nd @ 4pm - 6pm
Where: UW Primate Facility on Western (3010 Western Ave)
Website: www.narn.org
Email: rachelb@narn.org
Telephone: 206-250-7301

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