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Group Steps Up Outreach to Latino Community With Celebrity Campaigns, Veganized Recipes, Dual-Language Content, and More
For Immediate Release:December 12, 2012
Contact:Wendy Wegner 202-483-7382
Los Angeles -- PETA, the world's largest animal rights
organization, has just launched the brand-new PETALatino.com, which will
serve as the premier source of vegan and animal rights news and information for
the quickly growing population of bilingual and bicultural Latino millennials.
"There are more than 50
million Latinos in the United States today, and young
Latinos make up nearly 25 percent of our country's youth population—a growing
group of technologically and culturally savvy individuals who are reshaping our
nation and who care about animals," says PETA Vice President Lisa
Lange. "PETALatino.com addresses their desire to consume content that
speaks to their complex cultural identity and will feature invaluable tips on
how they can help animals, including healthy vegan recipes inspired by
The following is just a sample of the features on
For more information, please visit PETALatino.com.
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