Peter Dinklage asks fans to join him in making kind choices by not hurting animals or asking others to hurt animals for them.
"NY Ink" star and tattoo artist Ami James says that people should "never be silent" for animals in a new ad for PETA.
Animals and the planet depend on us, and actor Maggie Q wants us to know what we can do to help.
Animals are forced to endure the pain of having chemicals applied to their sensitive eyes and skin. Join Dave in buying only cruelty-free products.
Actor Taraji P. Henson wants us to show dogs the unconditional love that they so graciously give us. Make animals a part of your family.
Columbia, SC (WLTX) - People driving or walking through Columbia's Five Points during lunchtime got served up something unusual Thursday: two women showering "naked." The women were a demonstation by animal rights group PETA--People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals--to draw attention to their issue.
COLUMBIA (WACH) -- The controversial animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals protested naked in downtown Columbia Thursday afternoon. PETA spokesman Adam Miller announced Wednesday, two nude women would shower together on a sidewalk at the intersection of Harden and Greene streets behind a banner urging people not to eat meat.
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - Two women from the group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals showered nude on a street corner in Columbia today to highlight how they believe consuming water and adopting a vegan lifestyle helps the environment. The naked women showered behind a banner that read, "Clean Your Conscience: Go Vegan! 1 lb. of Meat Equals 6 Months of Showers" at lunchtime in the heart of Five Points on Thursday.
SAVANNAH, Ga. -- It was a small rally in size, with even smaller clothing. PETA protesters in Savannah Wednesday seemed to grab the attention they were seeking. Two women wearing little more than paint and signs stood at the corner of Broughton and Bull Streets at lunchtime.
VANCOUVER, B.C.: AUGUST 03 2011 - Protestors Amy Balcome and Tohni Blower are wrapped in plastic as part of "meat packages" as PETA demonstrates outside Hallmark Poultry Processorss at the corner of E. Hastings and Commercial Drive
Protester Tohni Blower laughs as she has syrup poured on her as she becomes part of a “meat package” as PETA demonstrates outside Hallmark Poultry Processors at the corner of E. Hastings and Commercial Drive, Vancouver, August 3, 2011
Animal rights activists got the attention of passersby near City Park Tuesday afternoon. David Matthews, a volunteer with PETA, took his clothes off, covered himself in fake blood and tried to keep cool in a giant meat package, made to look similar to the ones you buy at the grocery store. The eye-catching demonstration is part of a national PETA campaign devised to get people talking about how animals are treated by the commercial meat industry, and whether it is right to support that industry by eating meat. One passerby who stopped for a look says that while he still eats meat, he understands why animal rights activists are speaking out against the way animals are treated when they are slaughtered.
The 4th Earl of Sandwich, John Montagu, the man in which the venerable meal item that basically consists of two pieces of bread with a filling was named, could have never imagined the amazing evolution his beloved handheld feast would experience. Especially when one considers the delicious selection of sandwiches hungry plant-based dieters can now order at cutting edge vegan restaurants. But even in modern times it can be a challenge to locate establishments that offer this scrumptious fare
One of our favorite local restaurants The Remedy Diner, in downtown Raleigh, has been included in PETA’s list for Top Five Vegan Sandwiches. The sandwich, The Tempeh Tantrum is a combination marinated tempeh, homemade vegan pesto, vegan bacon, avocado and lettuce on sourdough. They also mentioned their Vegan Key Lime Pie.
Representatives from PETA, which promotes the ethical treatment of animals, expressed in downtown Regina on Monday. His message: the animals do not deserve to eat. To illustrate, a young man covered with red syrup and wrapped in cellophane paper has for some time, attracted the attention of passersby.
As we predicted, there was sure to be some backlash to KFC’s promotional ploy. It happened sooner than we thought. Today, PETA sent this letter to Wade.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) apparently has a bone to pick with Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti. The animal rights group is trying to start a beef with Bisciotti over the team's relationship with KFC, and they are urging the Ravens to reconsider their official chicken sponsor.
The animal-rights group PETA said Wednesday it is suing state agriculture officials and the California Milk Advisory Board alleging that the famous "Happy Cows" ad campaign is false and misleading.
What is it about local government and free speech? First the bus company nixed an ad from atheists. Now Little Rock City Attorney Tom Carpenter has refused to give People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals the OK to post the 5-foot-5-inch anti-McDonald's statue shown here on public right of way near a McDonald's at 7th and Broadway.
Gov. Bob McDonnell announced an initiative last week that would allow for sponsorships at Virginia’s highway rest areas to help offset the cost of operating the facilities. This probably wasn’t what the governor had in mind, but People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals wants in on the action. PETA has sent a letter to the Virginia Department of Transportation expressing its interest in sponsoring the Interstate 81 rest stop in Troutville and renaming it the “Fishing Hurts” rest area. It also would like to get a reduced sponsorship rate as a nonprofit.
Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights? Read more.