Let’s give thanks while practicing kindness. PETA shares tips for celebrating a vegan Thanksgiving and provides answers to common dinner table questions.
One of the best ways to get inspired by strong women is to read their books. These titles are the perfect pick for Women’s History Month—or any month of the year!
Whether horse or human, cow or chicken, all females deserve respect. Here’s how to take a stand against abuse on International Women’s Day and every day.
Why should you stop using the term “sled dog”? PETA explains why this is speciesist and how dogs are “factory-farmed” for deadly races like the Iditarod.
The end of fishing? These food scientists are making it happen. Here’s how vegan fish and cell-based shrimp keep fish alive and help oceans thrive.
Fur factory farms in Utah are deadly to tens of thousands of minks and a threat to humans, too. Here’s why PETA is calling for their closure in the face of COVID-19.
Need some last-minute snacks for the Super Bowl? PETA’s got you covered with a list of easy vegan eats that will score a touchdown with your friends.
Kamala Harris is on everybody’s mind with her historic inauguration today. Here’s how PETA India is celebrating in her honor.
The sloth at SeaQuest Utah died, becoming the third sloth to die prematurely at a SeaQuest facility. Meet him and other victims of SeaQuest.
We’re in the middle of a global pandemic, and the Iditarod is still scheduled to take place in two months. Here’s why the deadly dogsled race must be canceled.
Lolita was abducted from her homeland more than 50 long years ago. Here are the historic efforts from Native American elders to bring her home.
There is no justifiable reason why millions of mice and dogs suffer in laboratories while our loved ones suffer in hospitals. You’ll want to hear these heartbreaking stories.
With these festive and timely ads, PETA reminds everyone that tofu never caused a pandemic. Here’s why we’re urging you to go vegan this holiday season.
Here’s the true story of a PETA investigator who bravely went undercover at an alligator farm to expose the animals’ suffering. You won’t believe this horrifying report.
One activist stepped up to save local vegan restaurants and feed those in need during a worldwide pandemic. Here’s why her company won a major PETA award.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind