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I Am an Animal: The Story of Ingrid Newkirk and PETA (2007)

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This 70 minute HBO documentary profiles animal rights leader Ingrid Newkirk, founder of activist group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). Though interviews with Newkirk, as well as with her peers at PETA, the film explores how the animal rights advocate came to believe so strongly in the humane treatment of all creatures.

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I am a vegetarian, I am mostly vegan. After the film, I still think Ingrid & many at Peta are absolutely out of this world insane, but I do admire the compassion underneath it. It is sad that Peta finds it ok to exploit people (such as women, even willing) as props, yet they fight adamantly against the same treatment of animals. Objectification of animals AND people need to BOTH end. I am for basic animal and human rights, but of different means I guess, & hopefully a good end.

Janemarie Crider
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