Sunday, April 18, 2010

Support World Week for Animals in Laboratories

World Week for Animals in Laboratories (WWAIL) is an annual event designed to expose the plight of animals used for testing and research. WWAIL seeks to educate the public about the scientific, moral, and economic objections to animal experimentation, also known as vivisection.

In 1986, in an effort to increase the effect of the event, In Defense of Animals (IDA) expanded a day of observance for lab animals into a week-long observance. Since then IDA has served as the international coordinator for WWAIL.

Join Animal Connection of Texas (ACT) in a peaceful demonstration against the University of Texas Dallas’ unjust treatment of animals in their laboratories. If you're not sure where you stand on the issue, check out this great interview with Dr. John J. Pippin about animal experimentation.

Alicia Townsend hosted the last demonstration against UTD, which was picked up by The UTD Mercury. Let's try to ruffle a few more feathers this time!

UTD Demonstration
University of Texas Dallas
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
800 West Campbell Road
Richardson, TX 75080

**We will meet at the intersection of W Campbell and N Floyd Road**

Contact Anthony Dean - - 817-637-2716 with any questions or concerns.

WWAIL starts April 17th and end on April 24th so it is not too late to email us at to get your event listed. Outreach is the key to ending vivisection.


Unknown said...

Hello, my name is Jeff and me and my girlfriend are going to be in Dallas next week for a for 4 nights. I was wondering if you guys have any advice on vegan restaurants and cool places to hang out. we are planing to write about the trip on her blog: We would really appreciate any advice you can give us. thanks.

Jamey said...

hey jeffrey - lots of great veggie destinations in Dallas. Spiral Diner, Kalachandji's, Pizza Lounge, along with many other great restaurants in between. What are you guys looking for? Do you have transportation?

Give me a shout at if you want to talk further.