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Ep.97: Canada Goose's Fake Ethics, Real Cruelty

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Release Date: 12/04/2019

Ep. 130: Decapitating Cobras then Drinking their Blood? Ending U.S. Military's Cobra Gold Training show art Ep. 130: Decapitating Cobras then Drinking their Blood? Ending U.S. Military's Cobra Gold Training

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More than 5,500 U.S. military personnel take part annually in a training in Thailand called "Cobra Gold." There they behead cobras and drink their blood, and do other cruel things to live animals. Emil Guillermo talks with PETA's Shalin Gala about how PETA and listeners can stop the abusive live animal practices.

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Ep.129: Monitoring the Monitors, Flagging Slaughterhouse Abuses show art Ep.129: Monitoring the Monitors, Flagging Slaughterhouse Abuses

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The USDA monitors slaughterhouses, but most abuses aren't reported to law enforcement. That's why PETA routinely goes over the reviews and flags down egregious cases that no one would know about otherwise. It's the botch stunning of animals, who then go through the line feeling pain. PETA's Colin Henstock talks to Emil Guillermo.

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Ep.128: PETA's Ep.128: PETA's "Test Subjects" Winning Hearts and Minds

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PETA's "Test Subjects," a documentary about how three scientists left traditional vivisection jobs in order to save the animals, is winning hearts and minds since its release late last year. This month, it was nominated for Best Documentary short at the Lancaster International Short Film Festival

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EP. 127: Monkeys in Thailand Abused by Coconut Milk Industry show art EP. 127: Monkeys in Thailand Abused by Coconut Milk Industry

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Monkeys are being forced to harvest coconuts in Thailands $400 million dollar industry, according to a PETA video investigation. Jason Baker, VP PETA Asia talks to Emil Guillermo about how the monkeys may have been exploited in the production of your coconut milk and other products.

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Ep.126: PETA Exposes--Monkey Conditions at NIH-funded Labs show art Ep.126: PETA Exposes--Monkey Conditions at NIH-funded Labs

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Ep.125: PETA Investigates--The Royal Cruelty of Pigeon Racing show art Ep.125: PETA Investigates--The Royal Cruelty of Pigeon Racing

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After a major investigation, PETA has asked the Queen of England to end her patronage of pigeon racing. All eight of her birds sent to the South African Million Dollar Pigeon Race died. PETA has been investigating pigeon racing since 2010. Hannah Schein, PETA's Senior Director of Investigations, talks to Emil Guillermo about the deadly "sport."

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Ep.124: PETA's Dan Mathews on George Floyd's Funeral, Gay Rights, Animal Rights show art Ep.124: PETA's Dan Mathews on George Floyd's Funeral, Gay Rights, Animal Rights

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PETA Sr.VP Dan Mathews talks about how the nation is clamoring for change after the death of George Floyd. Mathews attended Floyd's family memorial recently and talks about the importance of "cross-pollinating" the various social justice movements. Mathews talks about how gay rights and animal rights are in sync with the racial justice movement and the fight against oppression.

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EP. 123: On Animal Rights and Black Lives, One PETA Activist's View show art EP. 123: On Animal Rights and Black Lives, One PETA Activist's View

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Zachary Toliver is an animal rights activist and an online producer for PETA. But as an African American, he's just as passionate about the current fight for social justice in the United States. He talks about his essay on PETA.org,

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Ep. 122: PETA Exposes Alpaca Industry Cruelty show art Ep. 122: PETA Exposes Alpaca Industry Cruelty

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PETA'S groundbreaking undercover case on the treatment of alpaca's by the fleece trade has been captured on video and reported in the New York Times. Now several fashion brands have vowed to wean off use of alpaca clothing. PETA's Dan Paden tells Emil Guillermo the details of the investigation in Peru and how consumers should begin going vegan in their clothing as well as food choices.

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Ep. 121: PETA View: Evaluating the Vaccine Race show art Ep. 121: PETA View: Evaluating the Vaccine Race

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PETA Science Advisor Jeffrey Brown says the major breakthrough in the vaccine race may be the elimination of many animal tests. He knows that finding a workable vaccine is not easy, but stays hopeful as drug companies race to find a cure or prevention for COVID-19--often using older drugs that don't require as many animal tests.

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Emil Guillermo talks with Anne Brainard, PETA Sr. Director of Corporate Responsibility, about the cruelty in Canada Goose coats.

Canada Goose relies on misleading standards to appear more compassionate, yet trapping methods for fur are extemely cruel and painful, and birds used for their feathers are violently killed in the down industry.  Before you buy your winter coat learn how to avoid the deceptive marketing of companies like Canada Goose.

Go to PETA.org to learn more.

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