The National Anti-Vivisection Society cordially invites you to a free, informal reception at the National Museum of Animals & Society. Join us for this special event and learn more about the anti-vivisectionists of yesteryear in the retrospective, Light in Dark Places. This special exhibit (which runs May 10 - August 3, 2014) looks at the visionary individuals and organizations that brought and continue to bring the plight of animals in labs to the surface.
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
7:30 - 9:30 p.m.
National Museum of Animals & Society
4302 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90029
You’ll have the opportunity to meet other like-minded animal advocates, including NAVS Executive Director Peggy Cunniff. In addition, Director of Legal/Legislative Programs Marcia Kramer and Director of Science Programs Dr. Pam Osenkowski will be on hand to highlight NAVS’ programs, progress we’ve made on behalf of animals in science, and strategies to overcome obstacles we continue to face.
You are welcome (and encouraged) to bring friends and family to this event. (Note: This retrospective seeks to document the history of a social justice movement and is family friendly.)
Please RSVP to the NAVS office via phone (1-800-888-6287) or email by Friday, May 9, 2014 so we can make appropriate arrangements. Please leave your name, phone number and the number of people in your party.
Working together, we are effecting changes that will advance humane science and put an end to the unnecessary suffering of animals. We hope to see you in Los Angeles.