The UW Regents Dinner Meeting…Not According to Plan

Posted on April 10, 2015



Reportback from Seattle-area activists:


Anyone who’s been involved in activism for any amount of time knows that things don’t always go as planned, and sometimes you go from Plan A to Plan D (or to a plan that wasn’t even a plan) in moments. These situations highlight why it is so important to know your campaign, and to know how to use a diversity of tactics — even on the fly. This evening was one of those situations in which what happened was never even a plan…

Activists had planned to have a silent demonstration during the UW Regents Dinner Meeting. They were prepared with images of animals in labs to show to the Regents and other dinner guests, and some of the activists covered their hands in “blood” to remind the Regents and UW President that they have the blood of thousands of animals on their hands until they terminate plans for the…

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