Hundreds of Activists to Protest Construction of Underground Animal Research Facility at The University of Washington

Hundreds of Activists to Protest Construction of Underground Animal Research Facility at The University of Washington

Seattle, WA — This Saturday, April 25, 2015, at 2pm PT, hundreds of activists are expected to take the streets to protest The University of Washington (UW) and Skanska Construction, who are attempting to construct an underground animal research facility designed to expand the University’s cadre of primate and canine subjects exponentially.

Creative actions and protests, coordinated in part by the No New Animal Lab campaign, have intensified scrutiny regarding UW’s animal research, including the 2014 USDA findings that they improperly cared for their animals.

Saturday’s protest is part of the World Week For Animals in Laboratories international week of action.

What: Mass protest and rally against The University of Washington

When: Saturday, April 25th,at 2pm PDT

Who: No New Animal Lab campaign and northwest animal advocates

Where: University of Washington Campus, Red Square near Kane Hall, 4069 Spokane Lane, Seattle, WA 98105

For more information visit http://nonewanimallab.com

Photo Credit: Jo-Anne McArthur, WeAnimals


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  1. This is horrible. Do not support such torture to innocent animals. Where is compassion for the animals?

  2. This is unacceptable.

  3. When is this bullshit going to stop? Leave these animals in their habitat and leave them alone. Experiment on yourselves you heartless pricks…see how that feels.

  4. Fire and remove the University administration that is pursuing this. It is all about funding. It has nothing to do with helping people. This is outdated junk science and has no place in higher education.