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‘We All Live Under the Same Sky’

Written by Michelle Kretzer | November 30, 2011

When students at China’s Guangdong University of Foreign Studies bustled onto campus for open day, little did they know that their education would begin on the sidewalk.

Armed with hundreds of leaflets and stickers courtesy of PETA Asia-Pacific, an enterprising group of students flooded the campus with messages about protecting animals and the environment using the slogan “We all live under the same sky.”

Considering how eagerly their receptive classmates grabbed information about factory farming, zoos, and other animal rights issues, it’s safe to say that these students opened the school year with a bang.

If you know students who want to get active for animals, let them know that they can “take charge” by visiting peta2.com

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  • sadhuvedantmunijain says:

    if we want to establish peace in the individual, family, society, city, nation and in universe we have to respect all creatures. we human are also dependent and independent reciprocally on animal kingdom. generosity will begin from individual. we have to pay respect to every creatures. violence is not applicable in humanity, we should be merciful to all creatures. we love them.they have also right to live freely, fearlessly.

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