Jan 22, 2020
In a conversation from the Philippines, Jason Baker, PETA Sr. VP for PETA-Asia, talks to Emil Guillermo about the effort to save hundreds of animals abandoned after the Taal Volcano, 60 miles south of Manila, erupted on Jan. 12. The Philippine government currently has no plans to help the animals. Since the...
Jan 15, 2020
Ingrid Newkirk, PETA president talks with Emil Guillermo about "Animalkind," her new book written with Gene Stone. Newkirk talks about what "animalkind" means and how we need to understand that humans are animals too, and not necessarily superior to other species.
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Jan 8, 2020
Dr. Neal Barnard, author of "Your Body in Balance" talks to Emil Guillermo about how a low fat vegan diet can be helpful in dealing with everything from menstrual cramps, menopause, thyroid problems, diabetes, some cancers and even anxiety and depression. Dr. Barnard says the medical community is now looking at food as...
Dec 11, 2019
Emil Guillermo talks with PETA's senior litigation counsel, Martina Bernstein about the history of the possum drop in Brasstown and Andrews, North Carolina, and how the Norrth Carolina state legislature was used by event organizers to justify animal cruelty.
PETA has offered alternatives to a live possum, including...
Nov 27, 2019
Samantha Suiter, PETA's manager of science education, talks with Emil Guillermo about a life-like frog cadaver that gives students all the feels they'd get in normal dissection. Currently, three million frogs are killed in the U.S. for high school dissection each year.The SynFrog could cut that number down drastically.