Host a ‘Cowspiracy’ Moo-vie Party!

It’s been awhile since Leonardo DiCaprio stood at the bow of the Titanic and proclaimed, “I’m the king of the world!”—and as far as I’m concerned, he’s still king.

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Not only is the guy smoking-hot, he was also the executive producer of a cut of the film Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret, a riveting documentary about animal agriculture and the environment.

After doing some research, filmmakers Kip Andersen and Keegan Kuhn realized that animal agriculture is destroying the Earth faster than any other industry—but many environmental groups weren’t talking about it. Enter Cowspiracy.

Cowspiracy is currently available on Netflix, and Earth Day is the perfect opportunity for you to share the message of this important film. Have your friends over for a moo-vie party. Provide them with some delicious vegan snacks, print out PETA’s infographic with more information about animal agriculture, and let your guests see just how easy it is to eat food that didn’t have a face and save the planet at the same time. After the film, encourage them to order a free vegan starter kit, and send them the link to sign PETA’s pledge to try vegan.

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To ensure that your heart will go on, sail on over to Netflix, anchor yourself on the couch with your friends and your vegan snacks, and—near, far, wherever you are—make the Cowspiracy voyage.

Oh, and if you haven’t already:

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— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind