Is getting active for animals on your summer to-do list? Speak out against speciesism and turn up the heat on animal abusers with these tips.
Join Students Opposing Speciesism!
SOS is a PETA-backed revolt against human supremacy for students ages 13 to 24. Through a variety of activism tactics, young people are standing up against oppression and working to end speciesism—the misguided belief that one species is more important than another.
Whether you want to protest at a local fast-food restaurant or hand out leaflets outside Petco, Students Opposing Speciesism’s activism kits will help you help animals this summer.
Want to make the world a better place for animals and get paid to do it? Apply to become a Students Opposing Speciesism campus rep today!
Looking for ways to earn extra cash this summer? If you’re a college student or recent graduate, you can do just that AND change the world for animals—apply for an internship position today!
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— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind