PETA unveiled a 70-foot-high billboard in the middle of New York City, reminding people that leather is someone else’s skin and urging everyone to shop vegan.
After enduring a life of pain and misery, these rescued animals finally found freedom at Animal Rahat’s lush new sanctuary. Find out how you can help save more.
PETA bought shares in Levi’s to urge the denim brand to nix its leather patches. We’re sitting in on the virtual boardroom meeting!
Everyone’s talking about the cargo ship that was stuck in the Suez Canal—but what about the animals trapped on live-export ships? They deserve freedom, too.
Join Students Opposing Speciesism in using hanger tags to show Urban Outfitters the true cost of animal-derived clothing.
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.
Fashion shouldn’t be fatal. Join PETA’s bold campaign demanding that Urban Outfitters brands stop selling looks that actually kill.
A shocking investigation released by PETA Germany exposes the extreme cruelty live animals endure as they’re shipped around the world to be killed for leather.
That patch on Levi’s jeans is no friend to animals or the environment. Find out what you can do to urge brands like Levi’s to use only vegan leather.
PETA urged the American Red Cross to consider cows’ lives in its lifesaving flood and fire kits, and the organization and its leather-free glove initiative didn’t let us down.
2019 was PETA’s most inspirational year yet—and this list is proof! See stunning photos of our boldest protests and most heartwarming rescues of the year.
Thanks to PETA and our supporters, Redfora replaced the cow-skin gloves in its popular Earthquake Bags with durable synthetic versions.
The Amazon rainforest is burning. Are your shoes, car seats, or sofa to blame? 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