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**World Lab Animal Liberation Week (WLALW) Coalition Action, Day II of III***

**Join FAUN and affiliated tri-state regional animal rights groups as we continue an explosive weekend of visible, vocal street action in solidarity with Stop Animal Exploitation NOW! sponsored World Laboratory Animal Liberation Week!!**

Stand united with us and our NY/NJ friends and allies as we deliver to the world our message of compassion toward all animals and disgust for the profit-hungry cretins who torture them in cages, who maim and destroy them on hellish tables of vivisection inside cold, soundproof, nightmarish laboratories.

We will continue our weekend of anti-vivisection action on the NJ side of the Hudson River, beginning with a demo at infamous animal-testing corp. Johnson and Johnson's Development Center in New Brunswick, NJ. After 2 hours of leafleting/enlightening the public and aggressively exposing this horrible company for its lucrative complicity in all manner of animal abuse, the WLALW Coalition will caravan out to Huntingdon Life Sciences NJ Headquarters in East Millstone for a powerful, symbolic demonstration against the lowest of the low and the worst of the worst when it comes to abject cruelty and cynical indifference to pain inflicted upon innocent beings. 

*WLALW Weekend of Coalition Action in NY/NJ (Day II Event Chronology)*:  

             {Focus on New Jersey Animal Torturers}

 ASSEMBLY POINT: Johnson & Johnson "Development" Center

WHERE:  410 George St, New Brunswick, NJ , 08901 ( To those coming in by train: this is literally 1/2 block from the New Brunswick Train Station!) followed by a WLALW Coalition migration to HLS at 100 Mettlers Road in East Millstone/Somerset Twp, NJ, 08873

WHEN: Saturday, April 16th, 2o11

TIME: 1:00 ~ 3:00pm {Johnson & Johnson in New Brunswick, NJ}

          3:30 ~ 5:30pm {Huntingdon Life Sciences in E. Millstone/Somerset*, NJ}

NOTE TO ACTIVISTS DRIVING IN: Please observe E.Millstone/Somerset are both listed as HLS address, these towns border each other, try both in your GPS and one will surely get you to the demo; if you need help call[masked]-9044.

NOTE TO NYC ACTIVISTS COMING IN BY TRAIN: Your best bet would be the NJ Transit line: NE Corridor #7837 leaving NYC Penn Station @ 11:14am and arriving in New Brunswick, NJ @ 12:11pm. Find it here, or call[masked] for help. 

PARKING in both (NB & EM} locations: New Brunswick: activists can park in and/or in the vicinity of the New Brunswick train station, which is a half block from the actual demo location. East Millstone: there is a parking lot right nearby the HLS facility in East Millstone. We'll debrief activists at the end of the J & J demo in New Brunswick as to the parking in HLS at East Millstone, but if you have a question , please call[masked]-9044.

                              **IMPORTANT NOTE**

 As mentioned above, this demo will be followed by a Coalition migration to Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS) HQ in East Millstone/Somerset, NJ, roughly a 15 minute ride west of New Brunswick.

From a logistical perspective, it is ESSENTIAL that we have a sense of how many cars we'll have available to transport activists from New Brunswick to HLS in East Millstone and then to a VEGAN restaurant back in the NNJ area (the floor is open to suggestions!) which is near a train station, to help activists who have to leave immediately after the 2nd demo get home.

ANYONE with a car who is attending both demos is kindly asked to consider the  "carless" activists as we migrate from New Brunswick to E. Millstone and then back east to a vegan restaurant nearby a train station. If you can help with the logistics (transport activists) throughout Saturday's planned actions, please contact Anthony @[masked] and plz inform how many activists you'll be able to personally cart around. We may well get a strong turnout, so this information is critical to us making sure we have a ride for everyone - "no animal-lover left behind."


If there are any questions about WLALW Weekend of Action or any other events on the FAUN calendar, don't hesitate to send an email to [masked] or call [masked]-9044.



Anthony Botti




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  • A former member
    A former member

    What an intensely emotional day. I cannot say enough things about all of the amazing people who came out in the biting cold and pouring rain for one reason: The animals. I am immensely proud and grateful to have stood with you all outside of Johnson & Johnson and HLS. The speak outs, chanting, and overarching raw emotion that drove everyone to be there was an amazing feeling. One thing is certainly for sure, this train has just started rolling and inertia will keep us coming faster and faster. We'll Be Back!

    April 17, 2011

  • Anthony

    Today was a day of intense anti-vivisection action targeting profiteering animal torturers Johnson & Johnson Corp & the lowest of the low when it comes to torturing & killing innocent beings 4 fraudulent pseudoscience: HLS. Despite biting cold & incessant rain which drove most of "humanity" indoors, 32 committed animal lovers unified in solidarity with SAEN-sponsored WLALW actions taking place worldwide, ceaselessly pelting first Johnson & Johnson then HLS with a shocking wall of visual and sonic presence: banners, signs, an "Anti-speciesist Action" flag hoisted high overhead, & a small but determined group of unshakable, focused activists who would not be deterred by less than optimal (abysmal) weather conditions which throttled the NNJ area. The images speak 4 themselves. There's no articulation of what it was like to confront the money-hungry demons at HLS & share with them the depths of our disgust, which will only end when their profit-driven torture & killing ends.

    April 16, 2011

  • Debra

    Has the parking situation been established? I will be driving there unaccompanied.

    April 15, 2011

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