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  • Aug
  • 25

What Is PETA Doing to Help Farmed Animals? Part 1: Outreach Campaigns

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As the largest vegan advocacy organization in the world, PETA has brought about landmark change for chickens, fish, cows, pigs, turkeys, lobsters, and other animals used for food. From shutting down a slaughterhouse in 1984 to prompting the first police raid of a factory farm in 1992, PETA has made historic progress. This is the […]


  • Jul
  • 21

Book Review: ‘The Sustainability Secret: Rethinking Our Diet to Transform the World’

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The Sustainability Secret: Rethinking Our Diet to Transform the World, by Kip Andersen and Keegan Kuhn, is the companion book to Cowspiracy, the groundbreaking documentary that investigates why leading environmental organizations don’t acknowledge that animal agriculture is the biggest contributor to climate change and environmental destruction. The book follows Kip and Keegan as they visit […]


  • Jun
  • 29

Foster-Mom Receives Special Honor From PETA

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On June 11, PETA held a benefit reception in Washington, D.C., to raise funds for PETA’s strategic eyewitness investigations. The event was special, in part, because PETA President Ingrid Newkirk, who was celebrating her birthday that night, had the pleasure of presenting the inaugural Gregory J. Reiter Award to Katie McCotter, who has been a […]


  • May
  • 4

May Is the Perfect Time to Jump-Start Your Health

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It’s never too late to make a healthy change. Just ask Linda Middlesworth. At age 45, she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, a wake-up call that prompted her to make some serious changes to her diet. She went from eating lots of fish, cheese, butter, and eggs to eating only vegan foods. As a result, […]


  • Mar
  • 4

Hold a Yard Sale for Animals

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Spring cleaning isn’t always the most pleasant task, but it’s worth it for the feeling of a sparkling, uncluttered house when it’s all over. Now, you can feel even better about this annual chore. Just gather up that jewelry that you haven’t worn in a decade, clothes that are like new but just don’t say […]


  • Oct
  • 27

Can Eating Apple Pie Help Build Strong Muscles?

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Fall means eating lots of hearty foods, including apple pie, pumpkin bread, fried green tomatoes, lentil soup, three-bean chili, and other filling vegan meals. And not only do these seasonal favorites treat your taste buds, they’re also good for your health. Vegan foods are cholesterol-free and chock-full of fiber and other nutrients. Researchers even suspect […]


  • Sep
  • 30

Can Slaughterhouse Design Curtail Violence?

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The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has released a book titled Design and Violence, which includes a thought-provoking contribution by PETA President Ingrid Newkirk. Her essay, “Serpentine Ramp (Temple Grandin),” explores how slaughterhouse design can either intensify or alleviate animal suffering. That’s right: A book published by a popular and prestigious art museum includes a […]


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