Animal Rights
4 Sources.

American Humane Association
Founded in 1877, the American Humane Association (AHA) is the nation's only national organization dedicated to child and animal protection. From its headquarters outside Denver, Colorado, and from regional offices in Washington, DC, and Los Angeles, AHA provides national leadership in the development of programs, policies, and services on behalf of animals and children who are abused and neglected.

International Fund for Animal Welfare
IFAW, The International Fund for Animal Welfare has been recognized as one of the most effective organizations in the world dedicated to protecting animals and their environments worldwide. Come find out how we are saving animals from commercial exploitation, crisis & distress, and destruction of their habitat.

PSYETA
Psychologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization comprised of psychologists working in cooperation with other professional and animal rights organizations to change the way individuals and society as a whole treat non-human animals.

Rutgers University School of Law: Aninmal Rights Center
We are using the World Wide Web to disseminate materials so that other practitioners, educators, and animal advocates can share our research, tactics and experience to speak and act in defense of animals. This Website is designed to further our program of making educational and legal materials available to the public at no charge.



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