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Feb 26, 2020

Dr. Katherine Roe, Researcher with PETA's Laboratory Investigations Department, talks to Emil Guillermo about the monkey torture tests that have gone on for decades costing nearly $40 million.

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PETA, the world's largest animal rights organization, is 6.5 million...


Feb 19, 2020

PETA Sr.VP Poorva Joshipura talks about her new book, "For a Moment of Taste," with Emil Guillermo. Joshipura conducted investigations in the factory farms of India, which have contributed to the doubling of meat consumption there in just a decade. Most people in India have yet to connect the dots that the increase in...


Feb 12, 2020

Who is the best in movies when it comes to setting the standard for cruelty-free practices in entertainment?

They're the winners of the OSCATS, PETA's annual awards that honor the most animal-friendly performers and productions. This year, Joaquin Phoenix was already being honored for his role in "The Joker." But when...


Feb 5, 2020

In 2018, PETA noticed its comments on the Texas A&M Facebook page weren't being seen and found out why. PETA had been blocked unfairly, a violation of its First Amendment rights. PETA sued Texas A&M, and this week gained a small settlement including $75,000 in legal fees.

PETA attorney Gabe Walters talks to Emil...


Jan 31, 2020

In a gentle and moving one-minute ad, PETA merged animal rights and human rights with the fight to end speciesism. It had hoped to place the ad during Fox's Super Bowl broadcasts. But a source told PETA that FOX and the ad company were pressured to dump the spot.

PETA's Sr. VP of Communications Lisa Lange says the NFL...