This investigator still sees cows’ faces in every leather boot, bag, and jacket. Watch PETA Australia’s new video exposing the live-export industry and take action today.
The public deserves to know that behind every piece of leather luggage is a sensitive individual who had the same wants and needs we do—so why are U.K. airports banning PETA’s latest ad?
To honor Earth Day 2022, PETA is reflecting on some eye-catching demonstrations we’ve held to fight the climate catastrophe.
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.
The fall of fur in fashion didn’t happen overnight. Read on to find out how PETA changed the fashion industry’s sense of style by storming the runway.
Urban Outraged is a killer shopping experience by PETA that brings new meaning to the question “Who are you wearing?”
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.
Levi’s shareholders are hearing from PETA at the brand’s 2022 annual meeting. We’re urging it to use vegan leather patches on its jeans.
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.
“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