If it’s made from dairy, it comes from cows like Dawn. See how students across the country are sharing Dawn’s story to show the world that milk belongs to mothers like her.
Join California Students Opposing Speciesism hubs in pushing for a ban on serving meat, eggs, and dairy as well as on supplying animal-tested products to students, teachers, and staff on UC campuses.
With protests in Orlando, Florida; San Antonio; and San Diego, the youth-led group Students Opposing Speciesism let SeaWorld know it’s in deep water for keeping animals in lockdown for life.
Now’s your chance to network with other student activists and brainstorm, strategize, and plan ways to end speciesism. Register now—the first 100 people to sign up will get exclusive freebies!
Despite battling cancer, this 14-year-old has dedicated her time and energy to raising thousands of dollars for animals. She’s an inspiration for kids and adults alike.
Our 21-day “Resolve to Revolt” challenge had students all over the U.S. joining forces for animals. See what these SOS members did to help end speciesism.
Staying home can mean getting loud for suffering animals. Here’s a list of easy and safe actions that students can take without coming into contact with others.
Missouri’s Truman State University has changed its policy and no longer denies groups based on the subjective viewpoints of administrators.
PETA has reviewed vegan options at over 1,400 colleges and universities, and dining services are increasing animal-friendly choices nationwide!
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.
“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