“Racy” and “provocative” are just two words that are frequently used to describe PETA. President and cofounder Ingrid E. Newkirk reveals the method to PETA’s “madness.”
Groups can do more than just protest and sign petitions. PETA’s resource page provides extensive tips on how to make your group a well-oiled advocacy machine for animals!
The lobster slaughterhouse investigated by PETA last year has been cited by the Food and Drug Administration for food safety violations.
PETA and the PETA Foundation are looking for passionate people to join our teams!
The plight of a caged bird served as the inspiration for one of America’s most beloved poets.
If you had any doubt about the momentum of the animal rights movement, these 14 facts will put those to bed.
A billion people are starving, and it might be your fault.
Follow these simple steps, and you’ll have an eye-catching animal rights billboard in your town in no time!
To commemorate Canada’s Tax Day, PETA blew up a toilet to show taxpayers how the seal massacre not only kills animals but also flushes money away.
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Here’s how to keep a video playing throughout your entire demonstration.
YOU know that circuses are bad for animals, but what about your friends? Share our new shocking circus video on Facebook now.
There are all kinds of activists out there speaking out for animals in many different ways. Some are hitting the streets, whereas others are working at their computers.
Do you help animals like a busy beaver or an enthusiastic elephant? An advocating alligator or a devoted duckling? Take this quiz to find out!
Are you ready to celebrate Earth Day? Take these five easy actions to help the planet AND animals!