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  • Oct
  • 20

I Want Candy!

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When I was a kid, candy was my favorite food group. Lollipops, gummy bears, taffy, jelly beans—you name it. If it had sugar in it, I would eat it, no questions asked. Now that I’m vegan and (ahem) a little older, my palate is a bit more sophisticated. But just because I’ve traded in candy […]

  • Oct
  • 11

Animal-Friendly and Affordable? It’s in the Bag!

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jean & jax

Shoppers looking for luxury, leather-free handbags for fall—minus the hefty price tag that typically accompanies designer originals—have a new option. Shop the fall collection from PETA Business Friend, jeane & jax—featuring double-zip wallets, fringe cross-body bags, fold-over clutches with chain trim, quilted totes, and more—online. jeane & jax founder and designer Silvia Gallo explains that her company […]

  • Oct
  • 4

Spend Money, Save Animals at the PETA Mall

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I’m addicted to Go Max Go vegan candy bars. I can’t find them at a store near me, so I get them from the The Vegetarian Site, a longtime PETA Business Friend. And I don’t even have to leave my couch. That’s the beauty of the PETA Mall: There are tons of merchants, and you […]

  • Sep
  • 28

Age, Arthritis, Animals, and Paul McCartney

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By Ellie Israel I’ve always been an animal lover, but I have not always been an activist. Fourteen years ago, I heard Bill Maher say that he was on the board of PETA, so I decided to look into this organization. When I did, my life changed overnight. I haven’t eaten meat since, and eight years […]

  • Sep
  • 27

Vegan Interior Design Tips That Save Animals’ Lives

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Have you ever taken a moment to look at a sheepskin rug? I mean, really look—closely enough to take in the creepiness? As soon as you realize that animal skin was once … well, skin, you’ll never be able to scrub the idea from your brain. The good news is that you can create gorgeous […]

  • 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 […]

  • Aug
  • 23

Oprah, Your Open Heart Will Mean Their Life

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Dear Oprah, You have done a lot of good for animals, shown great kindness and understanding of how important their own fur is to them and how cruel puppy mills are, exposing factory farming practices to your audiences, as well as treating everyone on your show to vegan meals. Please do not stop there. Recently, […]

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