Category: Down Feathers
Shop ’til you drop and make your kids’ closets a winter wonderland this Black Friday with PETA Kids’ guide.
Fashion brand NOIZE has teamed up with PETA for a new display in Montréal’s Eaton Centre. Together, we’re calling on shoppers to choose compassionate fashion.
PETA is rallying RH shareholders to demand transparency in how birds are treated and killed for the decorative pillows that the retailer sells.
PETA and Crayola Release ‘Little Animal Rights Activist’s First Paint-Throwing Kit’ so Kids Can Make Activism a Blast
Ready, aim, fire! PETA and Crayola teamed up to bring you the Little Animal Rights Activist’s First Paint-Throwing Kit. It’s a blast!
Are you looking for ways to encourage kids to be kind to sheep, cows, snakes, and other animals whose skin is stolen to make clothes and accessories? Check out this free coloring sheet.
Urban Outraged is a killer shopping experience by PETA that brings new meaning to the question “Who are you wearing?”
Join Students Opposing Speciesism in using hanger tags to show Urban Outfitters the true cost of animal-derived clothing.
PETA and Save the Duck are urging music’s biggest stars to strike a note of compassion for birds by gifting them high-tech, down-free vegan coats!
Are you a student who loves to get creative for animal rights? Submit a design for Students Opposing Speciesism’s next sticker and help end Urban Outfitters’ sale of clothing made from materials that were stolen from animals.
These companies are master manipulators, but PETA’s turning up the heat on each and every one of them with this year’s “Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire” Awards.
Francesca Farago and other big names joined PETA at Urban Outfitters’ annual meeting to ask the company an important question.
On the opening day of the Toronto International Film Festival, attendees came face to face with PETA’s anti–Canada Goose message.
This company is inching us closer to a day when billions of ducks and geese are no longer killed to satisfy anyone’s need to stay warm. Which is it? Click to find out.
“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