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Activists Again Target UCLA Over Animal Research

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This time, they've slipped unfired shotgun shells into the tailpipes of some UCLA vans. As today began (oct 6 2008) we caught up with a couple of your currently popular vanpools. In two different locales, using small wooden rods we slipped unfired shotgun shells into the mufflers by way of the tailpipes of two of your vans.

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The ABA’s 50th Anniversary and Information: From Scarce to Abundant

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For example, a recent appearance of a Red-flanked Bluetail at UCLA was quickly posted to the California listserv, eBird, and other places. It made the Los Angeles Times and UCLA even issued a press release. Communication is instantaneous and sightings of rare birds are quickly disseminated.

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Animal Rights Activists Burn Wrong Car

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A group calling itself Students and Workers for the Liberation of UCLA Primates burned 3 cars, none of which belonged to the individual they were targeting. ALF is disputing the notion that the wrong cars were hit.

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On Deep Vegan Outreach and Dr. Ray Greek

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2) If you live in Los Angeles, you are probably more aware of the goings-on around the panel discussion that will involve Dr. Ray Greek and members of the Pro-Test community at UCLA. Here's "An Open Letter from Dr. Ray Greek on the Feb.

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On Different Results of Direct Action

Animal Person

research) rally in defense of his community (he considers himself a proxy for the entire UCLA community). Tags: Activism Current Affairs Ethics Gray Matters Animal Liberation Front animal rights David Jentsch Jerry Vlasak UCLA vivisection. No surprise there. Direct action is such a conundrum.

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Listening to Falcons: The Peregrines of Tom Cade

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By the time Cade had finished graduate school at UCLA and received his degree in 1957, he was not only an ornithologist, but a zoologist and respected falconer as well. ” That moment stayed with him and fostered a never-ceasing interest in their longevity. Tom Cade and Gyr by Kate Davis.

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