In our weekly celebrity news round-up, Rob Thomas saves pit bulls from a fighting ring, David Letterman says there’s nothing funny about glue traps, and more.
When a laboratory receives an accreditation that’s considered to be the “gold standard” of animal welfare, what does it really mean for the animals?
Highly secretive military trauma training footage shows live goats having their legs cut off with tree trimmers and their internal organs pulled out.
September 2014 Following discussions with PETA, the fourth largest public school district in Alabama—Baldwin County Public Schools, which serves almost 29,000 students—adopted a progressive dissection-choice policy allowing compassionate students …
In our weekly celebrity news round-up, Grimes, Russell Simmons, and Stella McCartney have a challenge for the ALS Foundation.
PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk has her own response to the popular ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Several new military studies show that there’s no excuse for soldiers to continue to perform trauma training exercises on animals.
This is their reality. These images will change everything you think you know.
Seventh Generation’s name comes from the principle of asking how one’s decisions will impact future generations. It’s time for the company to do just that.
Pamela Anderson takes the ALS Association’s “Ice Bucket Challenge”—adding a challenge of her own: Stop experimenting on animals!
What do you do when a company flat out lies about its actions? You continue to tell the truth, keep pushing, and hope that it decides to do the …
Students in India will never be forced to choose between enrolling in science courses and staying true to their moral beliefs against cruelty to animals again.
You can make a difference for animals by tweeting the truth about Seventh Generation’s support for cruel and archaic animal tests.
Please take a moment to let Seventh Generation know that you will not buy its products until the company stops supporting campaigns that promote tests on animals.
An advanced microchip that uses real human tissues and cells is revolutionizing the drug-development process and could save the lives of countless animals.