How Muslims Can Help Animals in the New Year

This Islamic new year, we’re asking Muslims to consider how they can help make the world a more compassionate place for animals.

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Update: Superglued Buddhist Monk, Other PETA Supporter Arrested at Chicago Starbucks

Starbucks hasn’t stopped charging extra for its vegan milks, so PETA will keep shouting our message until it sticks—literally.

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Order the ‘Lone Star Tick Cookbook’ Today: Vegan ‘Bites’ That Don’t ‘Suck’ for Animals

The lone star tick’s bite transmits a molecule that can cause an allergic reaction to meat and dairy in humans—but whether you’ve been bitten or you’re just looking to ditch meat, PETA’s “Lone Star Tick Cookbook” is for you.

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Free Virtual Event: Get Vegan Health Tips From the Cream of the Crop

Want to get the latest insights on vegan health while supporting PETA’s vital work for animals? Join 25 of the world’s most trusted experts for the free annual online Food Revolution Summit. Register now!

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The Next Pandemic? First American Tests Positive for Bird Flu H5N1 and 5.3 Million Hens Killed in Iowa

See what happened to workers at one of the world’s largest egg factories after the largest mass slaughter on any factory farm in the country.

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Bigotry begins when categories such as race, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, or species are used to justify discrimination.

Save a Cow, Drink a Beer—‘Dump Dairy’ This St. Patrick’s Day!

Got beer? PETA does! We visited some of the most popular cities to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day to say, “Dump Dairy!”

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Eat Your Heart Out! Pamela Anderson Stars in New PETA Valentine’s Day Campaign

Looking to heat things up this Valentine’s Day? Pamela Anderson stars in a new PETA campaign to show you how.

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Traveling to Colombia? Try These 6 Enticing Vegan Restaurants

Colombia’s dining scene is full of vegan-friendly spots that won’t disappoint. Here are six wonderful vegan restaurants to try!

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Study Links Consuming Fat From Animals With Higher Risk of Strokes

A study that links eating fat from animals with a higher risk of a stroke proves yet again that our fellow animals are NOT food.

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Running Out of Juice in the Bedroom? PETA’s Got You

Can’t put your finger on what’s not working in the bedroom? The time is ripe for going vegan!

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The Free Expert Vegan Health Tips You’ve ‘Bean’ Waiting for—Register Now!


Join 25 of the world’s most trusted experts for the free online 10th Annual Food Revolution Summit! Get the latest insights on vegan health while supporting PETA’s vital work for animals. It’s a win-win! Register today.

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PETA: WHO’s New Live-Market Call to Action: Too Little, Too Late?

Perhaps PETA Asia’s director should take over as WHO director-general—then we’d get sensible decisions about the welfare of humans and other animals, with no time wasted.

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WATCH: Vegan Gastroenterologist Explains the Link Between Pandemics and Meat

Vegan gastroenterologist Dr. Angie Sadeghi knows that the best way to prevent future pandemics is to watch what we eat. Check out her new video with PETA.

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PETA Delivers 4 Tons of Vegan Food to Hunger Relief Program

PETA partnered with Plant Based Foods, Inc., to donate hearty vegan frozen meals and other items to communities in need. You can help, too!

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10 Facts Reveal How North Carolina’s Meat Industry Kills People of Color

Unregulated dumping of waste, expansion of chicken farms—North Carolina’s meat industry is a major part of the state’s environmental racism problem.

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