Heather Moore

Heather Moore

Heather Moore is a writer for the PETA Foundation. Her work has appeared in many popular publications, including The Washington Post, USA Today, The New York Times, and other top newspapers and magazines. In her free time, Heather enjoys watching Orioles baseball games, eating at vegan-friendly restaurants, and going to the beautiful beaches and botanical gardens in Sarasota, Florida, where she lives.

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COVID-19 cases are rising in many parts of the U.S., but let’s not despair. We can still take steps to help stave off the virus and other health problems.

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Your Kitchen Is Vegan. What About the Rest of Your House?

Make sure that home really is where the heart is with these resources on vegan furnishings and accessories.

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Five Years Later, Danone Is Still Letting Calves Suffer

Take action and help PETA send a strong message to Danone to end calves’ suffering now.

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Stores Stop Selling Donkey Gelatin Following PETA Asia Exposé

Learn how PETA is persuading stores to stop selling products containing ‘ejiao,’ which is made by cruelly killing donkeys and boiling their skins.

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Leading Retailers Are Ditching Down, Thanks to PETA

More and more well-known companies are ditching down in favor of humane synthetic options, thanks in part to PETA.

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This Is One of the Most-Viewed TEDx Videos of All Time

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Watch Beyond Carnism cofounder Melanie Joy’s motivational TEDx video, and read the empowering article about her vegan organization.

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Why Ingrid Newkirk Is One of the Most Powerful People in Food

PETA President Ingrid Newkirk once again made The Daily Meal’s 2017 list of the most powerful people in food.

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Science Group Presents Awards for Helping Animals and Humans

Several scientists won a PETA International Science Consortium award for efforts that will help animals and humans.

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‘Sheep’ Flock to the Unveiling of Joaquin Phoenix’s New PETA Ad

Sign-carrying “sheep” flocked to the unveiling of PETA’s anti-wool billboard starring a dapper-looking Joaquin Phoenix and his woolly buddies.

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Photos: You Won’t See This Snow Globe in Santa’s Workshop

PETA inflated a life-size snow globe in Boise, Idaho; Reno, Nevada; and Salt Lake City to show shoppers why they should scratch wool off their shopping list.

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VIDEO: More Than 100 Pigs Rescued From Hoarding Hell—See Them Now!

More than 100 rescued pigs have been enjoying life at a Florida sanctuary following a PETA investigation of a hoarding facility. Watch the video.

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PETA Hands Out Vegan Ice Cream as Harvard Dining-Hall Staff Strikes

PETA stepped in and gave hungry Harvard students dairy-free ice cream sandwiches after the dining-hall staff went on strike.

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Opinion: Too Many Schools Are Still Flunking Lunch

The school cafeteria’s mystery meat isn’t just gross—it puts kids at risk for serious health problems.

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PETA Plates a Giant ‘Lobster’ at Maine Lobster Festival

A PETA member lies on a giant dish at the event to urge people to relate to who’s on their plate.

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This Common Sushi Order May Cause Anal Leakage—And Other “Food” Facts

Animal-based seafood is often mislabeled. If you want to know what you’re eating—and what you’re not eating—choose wholesome vegan foods.

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