Liberation icon and committed vegan Angela Davis delivers a stirring call for political activism.
PETA sends a message about trophy hunting with a Legacy Ship brick at the Minnesota Vikings’ new stadium.
Online action takes only seconds but means the world to animals in need.
People who use and abuse animals reduce them to numbers. But we shouldn’t!
On a scorching-hot day, Anita Krajnc gave water to overheated pigs on their way to slaughter. It was likely the only act of kindness they had ever known.
Ever wondered how Ingrid Newkirk went from a young girl who cared about animals to the founder of the largest animal rights organization in the world?
Activism doesn’t have to be challenging—it’ll be fun and effective if you use this guide.
These ostriches want their skin back. PETA’s life-size “ostriches” stood outside Manila’s Hermès store in protest of the use of ostrich leather.
Can a single person change the world? Yes!
PETA reflects on Mark Berman’s three decades of winning victories for captive marine mammals.
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Each month, PETA puts your donations to use helping hundreds of individual animals in need. Meet a few of them and hear their stories.
The group that established the Peter Singer Prize chose its namesake as the first recipient. After Singer, they chose Ingrid Newkirk.
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The Rev. Daniel Berrigan was dedicated to promoting peace, so it should come as no surprise that he was also a vocal opponent of violence against animals.