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Ingrid E. Newkirk’s Newest Book Featured on GrowingBolder.com

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ienI was honored to be a featured guest on growingbolder.com–a great new Web site focused on sharing stories about ordinary people who do extraordinary things. They interviewed me about my most recent book, One Can Make a Difference, and gave me the chance to talk about some of the inspirational 40-somethings and 50-somethings whose stories I feature in the book.

There really is something about our generation–we get bolder as we get older! I am delighted to share this interview, and this book, with my fellow PETA Primers.

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    David says...

    December 10th, 2008, 12:58 am

    Ingrid,

    First, I wanted to thank you for including 40 as well as 50 something and beyond as PETA Prime. I thought I was “trespassing” even though I am 42 and 1/2. Now I feel as if I really do belong.

    Second, I just listened to your segment on the radio talk show and it was wonderful! What an inspiration you are!

    Third, I just have to ask: who are these adorable pups that you are pictured with?

    Debra Libby says...

    December 26th, 2008, 4:29 pm

    Great inspiration!!! Thank you for sharing all your good thoughts and powerful messages!!!!!!!!Keep up the good work.

    Margie Mitchell says...

    May 27th, 2011, 9:36 pm

    Thank you for fighting the fight for animals that only us humans can do..and reminding us that we can,we just have to try.
    Thank you for inventing a site to go to to do it!

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