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Rise for Animal Rights!
The Rise for Animals Team, June 21, 2023
This is what "Animal Rights" means to us.
Grassroots Spotlight: The Northwest Animal Rights Network
The Rise for Animals Team, August 10, 2023
NARN is a Washington State-based animal protection group championing “the rights of all sentient beings."
Cats: Casualties of Human Curiosity
The Rise for Animals Team, August 8, 2023
Almost 50 years after a barbaric science experiment involving cats helped launch the U.S. animal rights movement, cats are still trapped in labs.
Phone Booths & Shoeboxes: The “Breaking” of Animals in Labs
The Rise for Animals Team, August 3, 2023
Not only do laboratory cages wreak havoc on their occupants’ physical well-being, they also devastate their mental states.
Caged Primates Cannot Represent Healthy Humans
The Rise for Animals Team, August 2, 2023
Insanity isn’t “healthy”, no matter what animal researchers say.
Understand This: They Don't Want You to Understand
The Rise for Animals Team, July 27, 2023
The animal research industry wants you to fall for its propaganda packaged and promoted as “education”.
Hollow Claims of the Animal Research Industry Mislead Us All
The Rise for Animals Team, July 24, 2023
Animal researchers cannot provide data supporting the proposition that nonhuman animal research has been necessary for medical advancement.
You and I Are Among the Largest Funders of Animal Research
The Rise for Animals Team, July 22, 2023
The NIH is the largest federal funder of animal research . . . yet there’s a huge amount we don’t know about how the NIH is spending our money.
Lives Stolen for a Lucrative Business
The Rise for Animals Team, July 18, 2023
NatGeo reports that the “business in long-tailed macaques is a lucrative one”, with shipments of stolen, commodified lives valued at more than $1 billion.
Ssssnakes Are Victims of Animal Research, Too
The Rise for Animals Team, July 16, 2023
Humans don’t only destroy snakes’ habitats and hunt them and their families . . . they also use them as experimental subjects.