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Forbes Features Newkirk

The President of PETA Ingrid Newkirk was interviewed by Forbes last week.

Forbes published an article interviewing PETA’s Ingrid Newkirk last week. Ecological writer Michael Tobias asked PETA’s president her opinions on topics such as the biggest problems animal-rights groups face and the upcoming elections. Forbes magazine covers “information for the world’s business leaders,” which may allow PETA’s mission to reach a new audience. “At PETA, we often say that the issue of how animals are treated isn’t just about them; it’s about us, how we behave,” Newkirk says. “It is about what we are thinking when we do violent things to others whom we find it difficult to relate to or whom we dismiss as too unimportant to take into consideration at all.”

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