Stop Animal Exploitation NOW!
Rating: 4.99 stars 68 reviews
Location: 1081-B State Route 28 #280 Milford OH 45150 USA
Results: Regularly covered in national and local media exposing the animal experimentation issue to millions. Animals are in forever homes and sanctuaries, and the USDA is taking legal action against labs as a direct result of our efforts.
Target demographics: end abusive animal experimentation in labs.
Direct beneficiaries per year: monitor USDA and NIH databases to ensure that federal laws are enforced and labs are cited/fined; organize World Week, Primate Liberation Week, and Free the Animals Conference annually; ensure sanctuaries funded so animals can be retired from labs; attend conferences, hold news briefings, and participate in broadcast interviews to educate public and media about the antiquated atrocities of animal experimentation and waste of tax money; considered leading expert on animal experimentation issue
Geographic areas served: the United States
Programs: Investigation of abusive practices within research facilities and exposing these abuses through coordinated media events. We also train activists in effective methods.
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After being educated in a research setting and witnessing the suffering of innocent animals in labs firsthand, I vowed from that day forward to make a difference by working until all of the cages are empty! In 1996, along with my wife, Karen, I co-founded SAEN - Stop Animal Exploitation Now!, a national non-profit animal advocacy organization dedicated to the rights of all animals concentrating our focus on eliminating the use of animals in experimentation. I invite everyone to educate yourself to be a voice for the animals imprisoned in labs right now and learn how our tax money pays for this torture - check our website (www.saenonline.org) and "like" us on Facebook to educate yourself, get involved, and keep up on our many campaigns.
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