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Join us at the Lerner Research Institute to speak for the non-human animals


"The reason we use animal tests is because we have a comfort level with the process... not because it is the correct process, not because it gives us any real new information we need to make decisions."
~ Melvin E. Anderson, director, computational systems biology, Hammer Institutes for Health Sciences, USA

Dear Animal Advocates,

Every year millions of animals are maliciously tortured and die in laboratories. Their deaths must not pass unnoticed and unmentioned! Please join us on Sunday in a peaceful demonstration in front of the Lerner Research Institute at the corner of  E. 100th Street and Carnegie Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio from 2:00pm to 3:30pm. We will set this day aside to remember their deaths and resolve to take meaningful action on behalf of ALL animals still imprisoned in the Lerner Research Institute and laboratories across the U.S. and around the world.

We welcome everyone to also join us in a demonstration that will be held prior to this rally at the corner of Auburn Rd. and Crile Rd., Painesville, Ohio for those animals imprisoned and suffering at Ricerca Biosciences - a facility known for multiple crimes against those who cannot speak for themselves. We will demonstrate there from 11:00
am to 12:30pm.

Signs are provided, however, feel free to make one of your own creative signs as well and bring it with you!

Ellie Israel [masked]


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  • Sandie A. S.

    Ellie you were greatly missed. I sure hope that things have improved with Romeo. Let us know. We are all keeping our fingers crossed for you!

    August 26, 2013

  • Sandie A. S.

    There was Alison, Carol Skok and myself (Sandie) but even with the 3 of us, we got a lot of 'thumb's up, honks, waves and smiles! I'm the one that's usually not at Lerner!

    August 25, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm sorry you guys I thought Id be able to make it today but I can't :(

    August 25, 2013

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