Dec 27, 2018
As we review the year, it's worth revisiting Ep. 1 of the PETA Podcast with PETA president Ingrid Newkirk.
She addresses all the myths you've heard about PETA. When you hear or read comments from trolls, listen to Ingrid on this episode to get the truth.
Dec 19, 2018
Lisa Lange, PETA's SVP of Communications, talks to host Emil Guillermo about the real progress made for animals and animal rights in 2018.
In every area--food, fashion, entertainment, experimentation--PETA brought change that spares countless animals.
It's also animals big and small, not just the ones trapped...
Dec 12, 2018
You don't eat meat or any animal products.
But is your diction vegan? Your language? Your words?
Tired, cliched figures of speech really shows how much needs to be done to root out anti-animal attitudes that exist in society.
And it's deep-seated.
When PETA released a vegan version of some standard American idioms...
Dec 5, 2018
For a simple test, the forced swim test puts animals in distress needlessly. PETA's Jeremy Beckham explains that the tests do little to advance science but serves as an exercise for university researchers to get grants and enrich the university. Beckham explains to host Emil Guillermo that low cost tests like the...
Nov 28, 2018
Ashley Byrne, associate director of campaigns for PETA, talks with host Emil Guillermo about the cruelty in a typical Canada Goose coat. Byrne talks about the down feathers taken from dead birds after they are slaughtered for their flesh.
But it's the fur trim that is most alarming. It's not faux. It's from coyotes...