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  • Jan
  • 2

Good reasons to be optimistic about 2013

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It was practically impossible to turn on the television in 2012 without hearing a whole lot of political bickering. And when the news wasn’t dominated by presidential campaign coverage, it was filled with devastating stories about mass shootings, natural disasters, deadly factory fires and other heartbreaking events. So it was easy to miss the positive things that …

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  • Dec
  • 28

See What PETA Accomplished for Animals in 2012—Now on to 2013!

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It was a truly great year for PETA—and for the many animals whose lives were improved and saved by the string of victories won over the past 12 months, all made possible by the vital support of its treasured members.

A new year means new opportunities to help animals, and we all hope 2013 brings even more …

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  • Jan
  • 4

2011: A Surprisingly Good Year for Animals

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2011 was tough—when people weren’t bemoaning budget cuts, lining up outside job fairs or fretting over the stagnant housing market, they were listening to worrisome news about the war in Afghanistan, political shootings and natural disasters. But things weren’t all bad. There were signs of progress and reasons to be positive, especially when it comes to issues …

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  • Dec
  • 30

Celebrating the Holidays in Oakland!

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PETA and PETA Foundation staff in Oakland, California, along with some of PETA’s most compassionate supporters, recently joined together to celebrate the holidays and a year of victories for animals.

This festive event included great speakers, a screening of PETA’s end-of-year video , a silent auction, a merchandise shop to cover last-minute gift-giving needs, champagne and wine from our …

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  • Dec
  • 20

Celebrate a Year of Victories for Animals

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We did it! With your help, PETA made 2011 a banner year for animals. Ringling was slapped with the largest fine in circus history for violations of the Animal Welfare Act. The Environmental Protection Agency adopted modern replacements for animal tests, saving millions of animals. Four laboratory workers were indicted on felony cruelty-to-animals charges as a result of our investigation at a North Carolina laboratory.

We persuaded many …

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  • Jan
  • 7

PETA’s 2010 Annual Review Is Anything But Routine!

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PETA's Annual Review

For more than 15 years, I served on the board of a grantmaking organization, and prior to joining the fundraising team at PETA, I was employed by a grantmaking charity. So I’ve read countless annual reviews from nonprofits-and, when I supported PETA’s groundbreaking shareholder activism, I also read quite a few from for-profit corporations that abuse animals. …

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  • Dec
  • 31

PETA’s Top Victories of 2010

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2010 was an outstanding year for PETA. In addition to celebrating 30 years of fighting to end the suffering of animals, PETA scored a number of remarkable victories. Here are a few of them:

1. Professional Laboratory and Research Services (PLRS) : PLRS surrendered nearly 200 dogs and more than 50 cats and shut its doors just one week after PETA released the results …

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