In honor of Earth Day, IDA supporters across the U.S. and internationally helped spread the word about animal agriculture’s harmful effects on the environment.
This week in honor of World Week for Animals in Laboratories, activists will speak out against the abhorrent use of animals in testing and research.
The U.S. Forest Service is proposing to remove 80 percent of the wild burros living in one of the few remaining habitat areas in Nevada.
As part of In Defense of Animals’ thirtieth anniversary we are beginning a new tradition, the annual William Dewitt Dyer Activist Award.
Meatout is an annual international day of action which began in 1985 and is now the largest grassroots vegan outreach campaign in the world!
IDA hosted dog parades to take its message of dog protection to the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in L.A. and Oakland’s Koreatown.
Ask Firefighters to Help IDA Save Squirrels!
Please help IDA help dogs and cats in South Korea.
Every dog is a story. In South Korea, millions of dogs are subjected to the most unimaginable agony until their last breath, at grim and squalid dog meat farms and meat markets—the very bowels of existence—with their pitiless smell of human injustice and cruelty. They come to sorrow in these hellish places, imprisoned in filthy […]
Tuesday, August 16th, is the International Day of Action for South Korean Dogs and Cats, when activists around the world speak out against the suffering and terrible fate of the two million dogs and cats killed every year in South Korea for consumption. Mostly homeless dogs are strangled, beaten to death, or literally ripped apart. Others […]