Nov 30, 2022
Ingrid Newkirk, president and co-founder of People For the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), in conversation with Emil Guillermo on the milestone 30th anniversary of the book, "Free The Animals: The Amazing True Story of the Animal Liberation Front In North America."
Newkirk talks about what the group was, how it...
Nov 23, 2022
Monkey laundering? It's what happens when U.S. labs will pay premiums for monkeys even if they're on the endangered species list.
PETA's effort to stop the practice got a boost when the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service cracked down on an alleged monkey smuggling ring based in...
Nov 16, 2022
By fighting the Navy on its use of sheep in decompression illness testing, a young animal rights activist has found her calling. Emil Guillermo talks to Shriya Swaminathan, PETA Science Policy Advisor for International Lab Methods about the Navy's cruel decompression sickness testing on sheep. For Swaminathan,...
Nov 9, 2022
After a six-year fight, PETA already forced the shutdown of a cruel dog lab at Texas A&M, but the school wouldn't release the remaining dogs.
All that changed last week (Nov. 4) when PETA got assurances from Texas A&M that nine Golden Retrievers--the last remnants of that cruel canine muscular dystrophy lab--will be...
Nov 2, 2022
After PETA exposed animal experimenters' transport of thousands of monkeys in the U.S. without adequate veterinary inspection, the USDA finally took action.
Dr. Lisa Jones-Engel, PETA's primate expert, tells Emil Guillermo why the issue is a matter of public health.