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The University of Washington's Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) will be meets monthly to discuss various research protocols (study designs) that use animals. This is your chance to hear what the University of Washington is doing to animals used in research. You also have an opportunity to speak for 2 minutes at the end of the meeting. Please come to learn more and to speak up for the animals. The meetings are held at the South Campus Center; Room #350, 1601 NE Columbia Rd, Seattle, WA 98195 (in between San Juan Road & Columbia Road); behind the Magnuson Health Sciences Center. http://www.washington.edu/maps/ To check for future meetings, see their meeting calendar here (copy & paste link into your browser) https://oaw.uw.edu/iacuc-meeting-schedule/
This month we'll be getting together to talk about what sort of research is conducted at the University of Washington and what strategies we can use to conduct a campaign to get them to stop We'll be meeting up shortly after the "Institutional Animal Use and Care Committee " meeting that will be at UW before that. We have reserved the community room at WSECU. The space is located within the WSECU building on the corner of 45th St and 12th Ave in the U-District (1121 NE 45th St, Seattle).
NARN is partnering with Seattle Vegan Life for a special screening and panel discussion of THE ANIMAL PEOPLE. This feature documentary tells the story of the Stop Huntington Animal Cruelty (SHAC) campaign that brought an international corporation to the brink of collapse, resulting in one of the largest FBI investigations in U.S. history, as well as the unprecedented indictment of six young American activists for terrorism, posing the question: Just how far are your first amendment rights actually protected? Meet and greet, and seating begins at 6:00 pm. Film starts at 6:30; Q&A with SHAC defendants to follow. Get your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-animal-people-screening-qa-tickets-90096389727
Join youths from schools, and families from around the city at the Hip Hop is Green eXpo. The City of Seattle and the Seattle Foundation are major sponsors as well as Quorn Follow Your Heart and Miyokos. There will be free Vegan Soul Food from top chefs from around the country & Chef demos of great tasting food! Learn more here: https://www.facebook.com/events/577477019482907/ Register here: https://www.hiphopisgreen.com/