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PETA, with more than 800,000 members, is the largest animal rights organization in the world. Founded in 1980, PETA is dedicated to establishing and protecting the rights of all animals. PETA operates under the simple principle that animals are not ours t
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...bollards less bothersome while ...
news.silobreaker.com, 22 Oct 2013 [cached]
...bollards less bothersome while promoting what's basically the vegan alternative to Viagra," says Alicia Woempner, PETA special projects manager.
Alicia Woempner, a ...
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Alicia Woempner, a spokesperson for PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), criticized the event, calling it reckless and inhumane.
The bottom line is the event is cruel and dangerous for the humans and the animals involved, she
Asked to comment on the distinction ...
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Asked to comment on the distinction between women who are overweight and women who are simply heavier, Alicia Woempner, PETA's special projects manager, sent the following in an email:
PETA gives out about 30 ...
www.news-herald.com, 19 July 2013 [cached]
PETA gives out about 30 compassionate awards to fire departments and individuals every year, said Alicia Woempner, PETA's special project manager.
"These kinds of things do happen pretty often.
We're always keeping an eye out online and in traditional news media for stories of people who go to extraordinary lengths to help an animal," she
Woempner, the PETA manager, said the organization is encouraged to see fire departments and emergency responders who go beyond the call when it comes to helping animals.
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Alicia Woempner, a project manager at PETA, says the group is "always on the lookout for schools or cities or municipalities that can benefit from our support while we also help animals at the same time."
Woempner says PETA hasn't gotten an official response from the district yet, but it did get word that the letter was forwarded on to Regis Balaban, the district's director of food and child nutrition services.