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March on Behalf of Animals Suffering in UCLA Laboratories

March on Behalf of Animals Suffering in UCLA Laboratories

(Greater Los Angeles Area, California)

 


Join us for the annual World Week for Animals in Labs March at UCLA, organized by Progress for Science (P4S) and People for Reason in Science and Medicine (PRISM). Activists will march through the campus of UCLA on behalf of all animals who suffer at the hands of misguided science. 

 


Medical researchers at UCLA continue to use out-dated animal models, which yield inaccurate and misleading results, while harming animals emotionally and physically. For decades, UCLA professors have addicted monkeys and other animals to drugs while real addicts are denied treatment resources. A 2016 survey showed an astounding 73% increase in animals used in experiments in recent years! 

 


The removal of USDA Animal Welfare Act data and inspection reports from public access by the incoming administration makes it even more difficult for independent investigators to find out what is happening at UCLA and other research institutions across the country. We demand that UCLA stop cruel, ineffective, and redundant animal research!

 


What:  World Week for Animals in Labs March at UCLA

When:  Friday, April 21 at 11:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Where:  Corner of Le Conte and Westwood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90024 (For GPS, enter 904 Westwood Blvd., Los Angeles 90024)

March begins promptly at 11:00 a.m. at the corner of Le Conte and Westwood. Then, we’ll march through campus and gather near the Chancellor's office to hear speakers. We will pass the vivisection labs on our way back. 


Please bring your own poster! Be creative. Show your poster-making skills! Here are some possible slogans:

 


• Animal Experimentation is Bad Science
• Animal Experimentation is Cruel
• Tests on Animals Don't Help Humans

 

Please wear black clothes, comfortable walking shoes, and bring a reusable water bottle, and sunscreen. If feasible, we recommend taking public transportation. Drivers, you can check out Parkopedia.

 


Read the latest updates and arrange carpools on the Facebook event page.

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