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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...


Sep 28, 2022

PETA's Food Justice campaign goes to America's food deserts--areas abandoned by supermarkets and food businesses--to introduce fresh, nutritious food and veganism to hungry people. In September, PETA worked with Detroit City Council President Pro Tem James Tate, and local food businesses, Estella's Vegan Cuisine...


Sep 14, 2022

Here's what passes for science at a major U.S. university. Experiments on menopause involving animals who don't naturally experience menopause, and all intended to find treatments for menopause in humans. You don't need to be a scientist to think that doesn't make sense. And neither does the $4 million the...


Sep 7, 2022

Jim Mason, a co-author with philosopher Peter Singer on "Animal Factories," has come out with a new edition of his 1993 classic, "An Unnatural Order--Roots of Our Destruction of Nature." The book is a history of the evolution of mankind's treatment of animals and how the agrarian culture changed our relationship with...