World Laboratory Animal Liberation Week

World Laboratory Animal Liberation Week is the week that surrounds April 24th every year - It's a national week of protests, media events, etc. at laboratories to stop testing and research on animals

Media Coverage - 2002-2010

Protest today in Fort Collins over death of kitten in a CSU research facility - 20 Apr 2010
Animal Rights Protest - 19 Apr 2010
78% RISE in Dogs Dying in Irish Laboratories - 24 Apr 2008
Animal Rights Protest - 29 Apr 2006
Primate Research is Useless and Brutal - 13 May 2005
Animal rights group says university flawed in treatment of lab animals - 6 May 2005
Groups call for UI to open labs - 5 May 2005
Anti-Vivisection Activists Had A Busy Month - 2 May 2005
Protesters object to animal testing at ASU - 29 Apr 2005
Students protest animal testing at UT - 27 Apr 2005
NEWS: Animal treatment in labs up to par, Pitt says - 2 Jun 2004
USDA Not Adequately Enforcing Lab Animal Protection Laws - 5 May 2004
Report: Mt. Ida labs rank among dirtiest in nation - 1 May 2004
Animal-Rights Activists Capture Park - 30 Apr 2004
Group Faults Animal Research - 24 Apr 2004
Groups Protest Animal Testing - 22 Apr 2004
Animal Group Cites Record at UConn - 22 Apr 2004

Group Criticizes Pitt's Use of Laboratory Animals - 21 Apr 2004
Protesters Try to Engage in Debate - 19 Apr 2004
Protesters Seek Primates' Freedom - 17 Apr 2004
Press Release - 19 Apr 2003
Press Release - 13 January 2003
More Media Coverage from Oregon 28 April 2002
Wisconsin State Journal 27 April 2002
The Oregonian News 27 April 2002
Oregon News Conference - CAAT 26 April 2002
From Oregon Public Broadcasting 4/26/02
From the Website of the Chronicle of Higher Education

WRUF AM 850, Gainesville FL 24 April 2002
From WUFT-FM radio Gainesville, FL 4/24/02
Press Release - 23 April 2002

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