5 Ways PETA Is Helping Animals in Laboratories This Week

  1. In a huge win for free speech, transparency, and animals, a judge has ruled that Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) unreasonably withheld laboratory video footage requested by PETA and that university police illegally surveilled PETA. See how we’re working to stop OHSU’s vile animal tests.
  2. After a PETA India complaint about illegal experiments, a government committee has ordered a medical school in Puducherry to stop conducting these tests on mice and rats immediately and threatened legal action.
  3. PETA placed an eye-catching full-page ad in The Washington Times to help persuade President Joe Biden to appoint a forward-looking National Institutes of Health director who will stop squandering tax dollars on failed animal tests.
  4. We’ve launched a high-profile campaign challenging the company behind a notorious Pennsylvania transport truck crash, which now intends to repurpose an abandoned human prison in Louisiana as a prison for laboratory-bound primates. PETA’s statement on this subject is garnering international news coverage!
  5. PETA President Ingrid Newkirk recently joined activists for a powerful protest at Dulles International Airport, confronting EGYPTAIR with the message that “cruelty doesn’t fly” and demanding that it end shipments of monkeys condemned to laboratories.