Bibliography

Materials Used for Information on PETA:

http://www.peta.org/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silver_Spring_monkeys
http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/fresh-greens/2009/01/27/hot-peta-ad-banned-from-superbowl-sex-doesnt-sell
http://ecosalon.com/controversial-peta-stunts/
http://www.expressindia.com/latest-news/ltbgtPETA-chief-arrested-for-blindfolding-Gandhiji-statuelt-bgt/262916/
http://www.salon.com/technology/how_the_world_works/2008/01/18/jallikattu/index.html
http://www.animalrights.net/2004/lee-hall-blasts-peta-over-iraqi-fur-stunt/http://www.examiner.com/pop-culture-in-little-rock/peta-s-duggar-billboard-causing-controversy-arkansas

Photos:

http://www.peta.org/issues/animals-used-for-food/photos.aspxhttp://www.peta.org/issues/animals-used-for-clothing/photos.aspx

Contacting PETA:

501 Front St., Norfolk, VA 23510
757-622-PETA (7382)
Fax: 757-622-0457

How to Help PETA:

1. Join PETA for $16 dollars a year. It comes with a yearly subscription to
2. PETA’s magazine: Animal Times.
3. Include PETA in estate plans/wills.
4. Have fundraisers for PETA.
5. Or donate to PETA here.

How to Help the Animals:

1. If an individual sees an animal being abused, the person should contact a humane law enforcement officer, a teacher, parents, veterinarian, PETA, or other animal rights activist groups.
2. Be a veterinarian’s helper.
3. Clean up wildlife.
4. Go to a local pond or other area with wildlife and pick up trash.
5. Don’t let go of balloons. Water creatures will think that they are food and make them very sick.
6. Volunteer at an animal shelter.