Why favor the term “vegan” over “plant-based”? PETA leaves through the differences between them to help you show compassion for our fellow animals.
Ahead of Canada’s Thanksgiving, PETA launched a thought-provoking ad blitz and fed communities with delicious vegan roasts.
SHELLebrate fish and other sea life by cultivating empathy and never eating them. Also, find out PETA’s FINtastic idea to replace a California Fisherman statue.
Although the COP28 climate summit is taking a good step by going “mostly vegan,” find out how PETA is pressing world leaders to “go all the way.”
Must June be National Dairy Month and July be National Ice Cream Month? No whey! Find out how PETA’s latest ads take pride in promoting compassion for cows.
If someone asks, “What’s the dark side of PETA?” we’ve got the answer. Let us shine a lightsaber on the truth of our efforts for animal rights.
Curious about PETA’s first AI-generated ad images? Learn why artist Shad Clark used AI to create these striking visuals to help exploited dogs and cows.
Why has PETA offered a big cash prize if the Indy 500 milk gulp goes vegan? Race right to our answer and start revving your “engine” to help cows.
A fan of Earth Day but stuck on how to contribute? PETA’s witty ad ending with “or put a cork in it” will have you laughing and learning how to help the planet.
Can rice art depict a cow so effectively that it wins your heart? Watch this short time-lapse video to discover more reasons to love these gregarious grazers.
Hating on PETA won’t change the facts: Countless animals are suffering, and we have the power to help them.
Skincare routines, shopping guides, ways to help animals, the latest vegan trends—peta2’s new website is helping young people make a world of difference.
Going to google “chicken” and hoping for a happy experience learning about living birds? PETA’s video exposes what usually happens instead.
Who was named PETA India’s “Most Influential Vegan” of 2022? PETA President Ingrid Newkirk chats with him in this video.
“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