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

The Defender
From the Spring 2007 Issue

National Primate Liberation Week 2006

National Primate Liberation Week (NPLW) 2006 was even more successful than the previous year’s NPLW with events in 16 cities covering 10 states.

NPLW 2006 events took place in Birmingham (AL), Davis, San Jose, & Los Angeles (CA), Raleigh/Durham (NC), Storrs & Ridgefield (CT), Southboro/Boston & Wilmington (MA), Minneapolis (MN), New York (NY), Columbus (OH), Nashville, (TN), and Seattle (WA).

During NPLW 2006, SAEN staff released internal documents from University of Washington (Seattle), UCLA, and UC Davis. We also revealed federal reports exposing primate abuse at Harvard, Charles River Labs, Boston University, MIT, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, and many other labs.

Media coverage of NPLW was substantial and widespread. Examples from many cities including: Los Angeles and Davis (CA), Seattle (WA), and Wilmington (MA) are in the Media Coverage section of our website at www.saenonline.org.

For this week-long event Michael Budkie, SAEN’s Executive Director, traveled to Los Angeles & Davis (CA), Seattle (WA), Wilmington (MA), and Ridgefield (CT) to work with local groups to expose primate experimentation.

We want to express our gratitude to all activists who participated in this vitally important event. Even though NPLW 2007 is several months away, please consider planning your participation now!

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