Los Angeles Activists: Animals Trapped in UCLA Laboratories Need You to March for Them!
Don’t miss the annual World Week for Animals in Laboratories outreach and march through the UCLA campus this Friday. Progress for Science, Los Angeles for Animals, Liberation Los Angeles and In Defense of Animals can’t march without you. We need your voice to demand that UCLA reassess its research funding, use 21st century research techniques, end repetitive animal research, and stop horrific animal cruelty!
For decades, UCLA professors have addicted monkeys and other animals to drugs, while human addicts are denied treatment resources. Their experiments on animals harm both animals and humans who need real cures. A shocking seventy-three percent more animals were used in experiments in recent years. Speak up for these animals at our march this Friday!
What: UCLA March for World Week for Animals in Laboratories
When: Friday, April 27, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Where: Intersection of Le Conte Ave. and Westwood Blvd., UCLA Campus, Los Angeles, CA 90024
Meet at the corner of Le Conte and Westwood and we’ll march through campus to the Chancellor's office in Murphy Hall, stopping outside the vivisection labs on our return. Take Public Transit, carpool, or visit Parkopedia for parking options.
We will supply informational flyers and some posters. You’re welcome to make your own creative signs stating that animal experimentation is cruel, bad science, and misuses our tax dollars. Bring reusable drinking bottles and wear comfortable walking shoes. There’s no dress code for this march. Wear a bloody lab coat if you have one!
Arrange carpools and get motivated on the Facebook event page. RSVP now!