A loose sketch of a monkey over a blue-green starry sky
NASA Killed Every Primate in Its Possession on a Single Day
Frances Chrzan, December 22, 2020
Rise for Animals has uncovered the mass killing of monkeys at NASA last—deaths that must be investigated.
Mice crowd at the edge of a metal cage, their noses sticking through the bars
Mice Suffer and Die at Columbia University
Frances Chrzan, December 18, 2020
It’s time they count and reduce the number of animals they use in experiments.
A macaque sits under artificial lighting behind a wired cage walls
3 Elderly Primates Trapped at the University of Wisconsin
Frances Chrzan, December 16, 2020
Ask UW-Madison to send these primates to sanctuary.
Image of a caged macaque
Breaking: We’re Taking USDA to Court
Frances Chrzan, December 15, 2020
We hope this lawsuit will require USDA to create a standard rule regarding primate psychological enrichment.
A baby monkey sits behind steel bars.
We’re Suing to Get Video Proof of Baby Primate Abuse
Frances Chrzan, December 3, 2020
The federal government is breaking the law by ignoring our Freedom of Information Act request (FOIA) so we’ve decided to sue them over it.
White rabbits sit in small, barren, metal cages
Rabbit 612958 Died a Victim of Untrained Caretakers
Casey Webster, November 24, 2020
Government researchers failed to observe obvious signs of distress in rabbits.
White rodent with red eyes looks up
Why We're Telling USDA to Scrap a Proposed Rule Change
Frances Chrzan, November 19, 2020
The oversight bodies in labs using animals have to review animal studies each year. This shouldn’t change.
A monkey's arm is tied down, restrained at Arizona State University's primate research laboratory
Free Monkey “090235”
Nathan Herschler, November 18, 2020
The metal bar tight around his neck. His arm tied down. See the truth at Arizona State University—and help us shut them down.
Photo of an organ-on-a-chip, a microfluidic device chip that simulates a human organ
Replacing Animal Testing Through Technology
Nathan Herschler, November 10, 2020
With your support, we’re fueling the brightest minds to find more effective cures for all—at the expense of none.