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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 […]


  • 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, […]


  • Jul
  • 27

Aging Gracefully Through—and With—Compassion

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With the 2016 Sexiest Vegan Over 50 contest having begun, we thought we’d highlight these celebrities over 50 who manage to get better with age. How do they do it?! The answer is as simple as leaving cruelty off their plates. Are you over 50 and vegan? Check out PETA’s Sexiest Vegan Over 50 contest!


  • Jul
  • 20

To Serve Animals or to Serve Animals?

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One of the world’s largest animal shelters was hosting its annual gala fundraiser in New York. Since the menu was not listed, I called the event coordinator and said that I’d like to attend but was curious to know what food was being served. She said that it was “vegetarian” and then added that the […]


  • Jul
  • 13

Vegan in Vegas

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No wonder people who live in Las Vegas are called “Las Vegans.” It’s a vegan-friendly city with a number of vegetarian and vegan restaurants and a raw food Meetup group that boasts more than 3,500 members. And while there are tons of casinos, Elvis impersonators, acrobats, magicians, daredevils, nightclubs, and wedding chapels, as you’d expect, […]


  • May
  • 16

Need Help Going Vegan? Get a Vegan Mentor!

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Not sure how to go vegan? Sign up for PETA’s Vegan Mentor Program and a seasoned vegan will guide you to a cruelty-free lifestyle.


  • Apr
  • 28

Why the Heir to the Baskin-Robbins Empire Doesn’t Eat Ice Cream

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If John Robbins’ last name sounds familiar to you, it may be because his father was one of the founders of the world’s largest ice cream company, Baskin-Robbins. Robbins was groomed from a young age to help take over the family business—he even grew up with an ice cream cone–shaped swimming pool in the backyard. […]


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