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PETA co-founder Alex Pacheco discusses the history of the animal rights movement

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Alex Pacheco is widely considered the “Father of the Modern Day Animal Rights Movement” in the United States. As co-founder of both the world’s largest animal rights organization (PETA) and the world’s largest non-profit animal adoption service (Adopt-A-Pet), his 30 year track record of victories for animals is arguably unequaled. He is the recipient of the The Peace Abbey Courage of Conscience Award, the “Crew Member of the Year” award by the Sea Shepherd, and an inductee in the Animal Rights Hall of Fame. Click here to learn more about Alex's historic career.

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