Author Stewart Mitchell visited five schools in New York to help kids learn about the importance of having empathy for animals.
Details coming out following the tragic shooting in Buffalo, New York, show that the alleged shooter reportedly had a history of violence toward animals.
After students at a Canadian elementary school witnessed a gruesome dissection of rabbits, PETA offered animal-free dissection methods.
TeachKind’s free “Challenging Assumptions” curriculum empowers students to question societal norms and inspires empathy for all regardless of race, gender, sexual identity, age, ability, or species.
Ellie, PETA’s robotic elephant, has visited hundreds of schools with a message of compassion. Now she’s available to every parent and teacher for distance learning.
PETA’s humane education division, TeachKind, offers free and fun educational resources for parents to use with their kids—and they’re especially useful during this pandemic.
Help us make history for animals by making animal dissection a thing of the past.
Cutting up the corpses of dead animals for a crude biology lesson should be a thing of the past—and now, California has the opportunity to make animal dissection history.
Schools still buy dead animals and ask compassionate students to cut them apart. There’s a better way! TeachKind hails the top animal-anatomy software.
TeachKind—PETA’s humane education division—will urge this school district to teach kids that violence of all kinds is wrong.
Children are the explorers in Destination Empathy—a unique exhibit that brought the Golden Rule to life.
“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