ANIMAL RIGHTS & RESCUE ASSOCIATION
The Animal Rights & Rescue Association
Making A difference one Chimp at A Time...
Knowledge is power and if the material presented here educates or motivates a single person to take action to releive the sufering of these most primitive of primate friends, then our mission will have been fulfilled.

Join us in supporting the following Organizations please:
International Fund for Animal Welfare
The Canadian seal hunt is cruel and puts the harp seal species at risk.
Project R&R
Release and Restitution for Chimpanzees in U.S. Laboratories
Release Chimps Org.
Chimps Inc. Org.
Fauna Foundation Org.
Chimp Haven Org.
Save The Chimps Org.
Primate Rescue Org.
Prime Apes Org.
Jane Goodall Org.
Chimp Collaboratory Org.
In Defense of Animals Org.
Farm Sanctuary Org.
CHCI
PETA
(People for Ethical Treatment of Animals)


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The Vision Of Lai Tsi giclee fine art reproduction
"The Visions Of Lai Tsi" (Animal Friends)
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"The Visions of Lai Tsi" also titled "Animal Friends", was created from a watercolor combining Barbara's dreams with research in the library. It depicts a religious story of the Spiritual Master Lai Tsi meditating in China at the time of Buddha. The story tells that he had been very wealthy as a child and gave up his inheritance for a spiritual life and meditated for 15 years in a cave in Northern China. The animals he is surrounded with took care of him and brought him foods and nectars of plants as he meditated. The lion licked his brow with his rough tongue and all creatures cared for him. This painting shows the actual plants and animals and insects that were living in that area in that time in history, which are native to Northern China.

"Animal Friends" a watercolor painting by Artist, Barbara Steinberg has recently won an "Honorable Mention" in the NAVS (National Anti-Vivisection Society's) 18th Annual Art for Animals Classic. "Animal Friends" represents a creative and personal expression of the goal of the program which is:
"To illustrate NAVS philosophy of respect and compassion for our fellow creatures through Art. Individuals can and do make a difference toward helping end animal suffering, and art can serve as a platform for awareness and activism in a way words cannot. Its voice, in concert with those of other caring individuals, is intrumental in their effort to continue expanding and developing programs that will help find humane solutions to human problems..."

Site Coordinator:
Barbara Steinberg-Orlowski
PO Box 1764
Kihei HI 96753
Email:
Feel free to email me with any questions and comments regarding this website and to request Animal Rights Petitions and/or R&R Post Cards to free the Elder Chimps to a Sanctuary.

NAVS website
Barbara's animal rights website
Barbara's Art website

Please visit these Links:

Animal Defenders International - The mission of the ADI is to educate, create awareness, and promote the interest of humanity in the cause of justice, and the suppression of all forms of cruelty to animals; wherever possible to alleviate suffering, and to conserve and protect animals and the environment.

Animal Legal Defense Fund - The mission of the ALDF is to protect the lives and advance the interests of animals through the legal system.

Animal Welfare Institute - The Animal Welfare Institute (AWI) is a non-profit charitable organization founded in 1951 to reduce the sum total of pain and fear inflicted on animals by humans.

AESOP - Project - [Allied Effort to Save Other Primates] is an international coalition of individuals and organizations dedicated to protecting monkeys and apes.

The Ape Alliance - An international coalition of organizations and individuals, working for the conservation and welfare of apes.

The Arcus Great Apes Fund - Supports conservation efforts that promote the survival of the Great Apes in the wild and sanctuaries that offer safety and freedom from invasive research and other forms of human exploitation. Support from this fund is limited to activities that specifically impact gorillas, chimpanzees, orangutans, bonobos and/or gibbons.

Bridges to Baccalaureate- The goal of the Bridges to Baccalaureate Program between Central Washington University (CWU) and Yakima Valley Community College (YVCC) is to increase the numbers of students transferring from YVCC with a Direct Transfer Associate's Degree (DTA) into the Primate Behavior and Ecology (PBE) degree at CWU.

The Bushmeat Crisis Taskforce - Facilitates the work of its members in identifying and implementing effective and appropriate solutions to the commercial exploitation of endangered and threatened species.

Bushmeat Project - Save the Great Apes - The goals of the Bushmeat Project include achieving worldwide recognition of the devastating effects of the commercial bushmeat trade, encouraging and organizing long-term programs and urgent pilot projects that will stop the slaughter of great apes and other endangered animals, and establishing viable alternatives to bushmeat commerce that serve people, wildlife, and diverse natural and cultural heritage.

The Center for Great Apes - Located in Wauchula, Florida, the center was founded in 1993. Its primary purpose is to provide a permanent sanctuary in a safe and enriching environment for orangutans and chimpanzees in need of long-term life care.

The Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage in central Zambia.

The Chimpanzee Collaboratory - A collaborative project of attorneys, scientists and public policy experts working to make significant and measurable progress in protecting the lives and establishing the legal rights of chimpanzees.

Chimpanzee Retirement Sanctuary Northwest - Exists to guarantee a lifetime of quality care to captive chimpanzees who are exploited by the biomedical research and entertainment industries. The Sanctuary allows captive chimpanzees to permanently live in a safe and enriching environment, and supports others to do the same through education and collaboration.

Central Washingon University's Primate Behavior and Ecology program - provides students with interdisciplinary perspectives on the relationships between non-human primates and the environment in both captive and free-range settings.

Central Washington University Psychology Department - offers graduate study in Experimental Psychology, with a concentration available in primate behavior.

David Bohnett Foundation - Seeks to accomplish their mission by providing funding, state-of-the-art technology and technical support to innovative organizations and institutions that, in addition to meeting our funding guidelines, share our vision.

Glaser Progress Foundation - Focuses on three complementary program areas -- Measuring Progress, Animal Advocacy and Independent Media -- The Glaser Progress Foundation aims to build a more just, sustainable and humane world.

The Fauna Foundation - A non-profit organization, dedicated to creating a caring environment for neglected and abused farm and circus animals, and former biomedical research chimpanzees.

Friends of Washoe - A non-profit organization, dedicated to the welfare of chimpanzees and especially the four chimpanzees at the Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute located on the campus of Central Washington University in Ellensburg, Washington.

Gombe Chimpanzee Blog - The Jane Goodall Insitute's blog hosts "all things related to the Gombe Stream Research Center in Tanzania, site of the longest-running field study of wild chimpanzees. Gombe scientists tell about their work, daily chimp dramas, the beauty of the landscape and the struggles they experience and observe. Jane drops in now and then, too." You'll want Google Earth to best experience the offerings here.

The Great Ape Project - The Great Ape Project is an idea, a book, and an organization. The idea is radical but simple: to include the nonhuman great apes within the community of equals by granting them the basic moral and legal protection that only human beings currently enjoy.

In Defense of Animals - Dedicated to ending the exploitation and abuse of animals by defending their rights, welfare, and habitats.

International Primate Protection League - Working to protect all living primates since 1973.

The Jane Goodall Institute - Founded by renowned primatologist Jane Goodall, JGI is a global nonprofit that empowers people to make a difference for all living things. We are creating healthy ecosystems, promoting sustainable livelihoods and nurturing new generations of committed, active citizens around the world.

Laboratory Primate Advocacy Group- LPAG - The mission of the LPAG is to expose the true reality of laboratory primates from the perspective of the people who know them best.

The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) - An educational organization whose ultimate goal is the elimination of animal use in product testing, education and biomedical research.

The New England Anti-Vivisection Society (NEAVS) - Founded in 1895, NEAVS works to expose and replace animal experiments in laboratories and classrooms with ethically and scientifically responsible modern research methods. This is accomplished through educational programs, legislative initiatives, public awareness, outreach programs and publications.

The Orangutan Foundation International - Learn about the Great Red Ape and what is being done to study and conserve them. You will also find out how to help make a difference in the survival of the endangered orangutan.

PAWS - Welcome to a place where abandoned or abused performing animals and victims of the exotic animal trade can live in peace and contentment.

Pan-African Sanctuary Alliance - Founded in 2000, The Pan African Sanctuary Alliance is the association of 17 sanctuaries in Africa that collectively care for over 670 chimpanzees, 80 gorillas, 40 bonobos, 200 drills, and literally thousands of baboons and other endangered primates.

Potreronuevo.org - The goal of this program is to promote awareness of issues concerning the local urban environment through innovative partnerships between artists, arts and/or environmental non-profit organizations and/or local communities. We extend a special thank-you for support to CHCI from this organization.

The Primate Freedom Project - The specific purpose of this project is to create a public awareness of the conditions and uses of primates used in research.

Queensland Group for Animal Rights - QGAR is an Australian animal rights group which is a totally self funded informal organization that is currently involved in a variety of campaigns to address legal and institutional issues.

Savethechimps.org - The vision of Save the Chimps was -- and remains -- to create a Sanctuary where rescued chimpanzees can live out their lives without the threat of ever returning to a laboratory.

Save-the-primatessorg.au - Australian non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting awareness about endangered primates close to extinction & raising funds for primate conservation & wildlife sanctuaries projects - such as primate enclosures, education programs, and animal rescues. Currently supporting the Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage.

Signing OnLine - Offers web-based courses, designed to effectively teach American Sign Language (ASL) at an individual pace from anywhere in the world. The courses focus on conversational ASL and make extensive use of digital video to demonstrate the visual nature of signing.

Society & Animals Forum (formerly PsyETA) - Since 1981, Society & Animals Forum (formerly Psychologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) works with social scientists, mental health providers and other animal protection organizations to reduce the suffering and exploitation of both human and nonhuman animals.

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