Causes

PETA Blasts Sarah Palin Over Photo of Son Stepping on Dog

by Brianne Hogan

Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin is back in the spotlight over a photograph she posted on Facebook of her son stepping on the pet dog. The photo in question, which the

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Over 10,000 People Worldwide Celebrating Veganuary

by Amanda Just

January 1st is the start date of many resolutions around the world. One particular resolution has more than 10,000 people participating: going vegan for the month of January. This is

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Demand For Rescue Dogs in Some States Now Outstrips Supply

by Brianne Hogan

Here’s some good news. Thanks to the growth of pet rescue groups, there is more demand for rescue dogs than there are dogs available for adoption in some U.S. states.

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Exclusive Interview with Factory Farm Drone Documentarian Mark Devries

by Nell Alk

You may recognize Mark Devries as the guy behind the insightful documentary Speciesism: The Movie, which saw its world premiere in New York City last September (2013). With the bootstrapped

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Taylor Swift Named Most Charitable Celebrity of 2014

by Brianne Hogan

Taylor Swift has another accolade to add to her long list of achievements for 2014: the pop singer has been named the most charitable celebrity of the year. The Grammy

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Israeli Army to Begin Serving Vegan Food in Mess Halls

by Brianne Hogan

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) is working to accommodate its vegan service members by providing plant-based diet options in mess halls on bases. The move cancels the current arrangement that

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Orangutan Declared ‘Non-Human Person’ In Argentina

by Brianne Hogan

In a landmark ruling, an orangutan named Sandra held in an Argentine zoo has been recognized as a “non-human” person with basic legal rights. Local media reported on Dec. 21

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