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  • PETA Foundation

    This foundation is a project of PETA president Ingrid Newkirk and the Physicians Committee’s Neal Barnard. In addition to being a money funnel between PETA and other animal-rights groups, the foundation pays the mortgage on PETA’s Norfolk, VA offices.

  • People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)

    People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has been described as “by far the most successful radical organization in America.” The key word is radical. PETA seeks “total animal liberation,” according to its president and co-founder, Ingrid Newkirk. That means no meat or dairy, of course; but it also means no aquariums, no circuses, […]

  • Help Pet Shelters

    Help Pet Shelters is a campaign that raises money for animal shelters in the United States. According to the campaign, well-known national animal groups do a poor job of funding local shelters. Despite their names, the ASPCA and Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) are not affiliated with local SPCAs and humane societies. These […]

  • Joaquin Phoenix

    Joaquin Phoenix is an American actor and producer. Beyond his role as an actor, Phoenix has also been an outspoken advocate for extreme animal rights views. At the Joker premiere in October 2019, Phoenix wore a black hoodie with the phrase “Support the Animal Liberation Front” on it. The Animal Liberation Front (ALF) is considered […]

  • Olivia Munn

    Olivia Munn is an American actress. Before entering the acting world, she held a position as a television journalist. She has appeared in many TV shows and movies, including The Newsroom on HBO from 2012 to 2014 and the movie Magic Mike (2012). Outside of her various TV and film roles, Oliva has been a […]

  • Public Justice Food Project

    General Founded in 1982 as Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, the Public Justice Foundation is a nonprofit corporation created by trial lawyers to defend class-action lawsuits. Public Justice Foundation is an affiliate of Public Justice PC, a law firm. Both are based in Washington, D.C.  In 2011, this trial-lawyer group decided to set its sights […]

  • Kitty Block

    Cristobel “Kitty” Block became the acting CEO of the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) in February 2018. Her ascension follows the departure of longtime President and CEO Wayne Pacelle, who stepped down following multiple credible sexual harassment allegations against him and his former deputy, Paul Shapiro, who also resigned. A former employee of the extremist animal […]

  • Delcianna Winders

    Delcianna Winders is PETA’s Vice President and Deputy General Counsel. Primarily, Winders engages in work involving animal law and administrative law in support of PETA’s ultimate goal: Giving animals legal standing to sue people. If successful, PETA believes this will help shut down zoos, aquariums, farms, and other institutions that use animals through a wave […]

  • Wayne Hsiung

    The founder of the radical activist group Direct Action Everywhere (DxE), Wayne Hsiung spends his time harassing people for daring to enjoy meat—that is, when Wayne’s not busy getting arrested or preparing for his next trial. Before he was a full-time animal rights activist, Wayne was a student at the University of Chicago, where he focused on […]

  • Direct Action Everywhere (DXE)

    Meet Direct Action Everywhere (DxE), the new radical animal rights organization causing havoc and attracting a growing collection of people who lie at the confrontational intersection of veganism and authoritarianism. Imagine a future in which people who eat meat, eggs, and dairy are hunted down and prosecuted by the U.S. Department of Justice. That is the vision of a […]

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