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Jun 22, 2022

Kathy Guillermo, PETA Sr.VP, gives an update on what PETA is doing to stop New York's subsidies that prop up horse racing in that state. It comes after New York's Belmont Stakes which ended this year's Triple Crown races.

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The PETA Podcast

PETA, the world's largest animal rights organization,...


Jun 15, 2022

The fate of 3,000 beagles bred for experimentation is in doubt as this podcast reaches the public.

Envigo, a multi-million dollar supplier of dogs for lab experimentation worldwide, is accused of violations under the Animal Welfare Act after a PETA undercover investigation exposed horrible conditions at Envigo's...


Jun 8, 2022

The Research Modernization Deal, RMD, is a new deal for scientists and animals developed by the scientists at PETA. Intended to change the paradigm on the use of animals in experimentation, RMD is a common-sense strategy necessitated by the 90 percent failure rate of research involving animals to produce anything of...


Jun 1, 2022

In 1975, philosopher Peter Singer argued for the end of tyranny by human animals over non-human animals. His book "Animal Liberation," has been an ethical compass for several generations of animal rights activists. In this conversation with Emil Guillermo, Singer talks about the changes in the last five decades, how...


May 25, 2022

By Capt. Paul Watson's count there are 56 orcas being held in concrete prisons. And 163 who have died over the years. After 50 years at sea saving marine mammals, Watson's written a new book that essentially registers all the animals who are currently enslaved by amusement parks like Sea World. He talks about...