Sep 6, 2023
The Animal Rights discussion began when philosophers asked whether animals suffer. They do. But physical pain is one thing, do they feel emotions and grief? If a donkey does, does a spider? Author Barbara J. King, a professor emerita in Anthropology at William and Mary talks to Emil Guillermo about her research and...
Aug 23, 2023
Alicia Aguayo talks to host Emil Guillermo about the first ten years of PETA Latino. Also mentioned is the passing of Lolita the Orca, who was the focus of PETA Latino at SeaWorld.
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Jan 18, 2023
Kathy Guillermo talks about some of PETA's big victories in 2022, starting with FDA Modernization Act, and what it means for you and the animals. She also talks about the victories for dogs at Envigo in Virginia, and at Texas A&M.
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Oct 12, 2022
Documenting cruelty in factory farms has been a hallmark of animal rights since PETA started doing it in the early 1990s.
Just this week, a PETA undercover investigation video of the cruelty at Plainville Farm in Pennsylvania enabled the Pennsylvania State Police to charge 11 people with nearly 140 counts of cruelty to...
Oct 5, 2022
Does it make sense that millions of animals must die in regulatory tests in the name of human safety when the results are irrelevant to humans?
That's the reason the PETA Science Consortium International was formed ten years ago--to convince governments and private industries that modern non-animal regulatory test...