Animal rights advocates

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  1. Alan Clark

    Alan Clark

    76 views
    British politician

  2. Alan M. Dershowitz

    Alan M. Dershowitz

    259 views
    American lawyer, author

  3. Alasdair Cochrane

    Alasdair Cochrane

    2 views

    Alasdair Cochrane (born 1978) is a British political theorist and ethicist based at the University of Sheffield. He is the author of An Introduction to Animals and Political Theory (2010) and Animal Rights without Liberation (2012). In 2011 he became a founding member of the Centre for Animals and Social Justice.


  4. Alec Baldwin

    Alec Baldwin

    99,576 views
    American actor

  5. Alex Pacheco (activist)

    Alex Pacheco (activist)

    35 views
    American activist

  6. Alexandra Bastedo

    Alexandra Bastedo

    25,409 views
    British actor

  7. Ali MacGraw

    Ali MacGraw

    289,399 views
    Actress, model, writer, animal welfare activist

  8. Alissa White Gluz

    Alissa White Gluz

    7,420 views
    Canadian, Singer

  9. Anais Gallagher

    Anais Gallagher

    1,495 views
    British, Model

  10. Andrew Hunt (historian)

    Andrew Hunt (historian)

    0 views
    History professor

  11. Andrew Linzey

    Andrew Linzey

    3 views

    Andrew Linzey is an Anglican priest, theologian, writer and Christian vegetarian. He is a member of the Faculty of Theology in the University of Oxford and held the world’s first academic post in Ethics, Theology and Animal Welfare — the Bede Jarret Senior Research Fellowship at Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford.


  12. Andrew Tyler

    Andrew Tyler

    3 views

    Andrew Tyler is the director of Animal Aid, the UK's second largest animal rights organization (after PETA). Tyler has been an animal rights campaigner and journalist for 30 years.


  13. Angela Singer

    Angela Singer

    6 views
    British artist

  14. Angus Taylor

    Angus Taylor

    2 views

    Angus Taylor is a Canadian writer and philosopher specializing in animal rights. He lectures in philosophy at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, and is the author of Animals and Ethics (2003). Taylor argues that to be consistent, we must either exclude some humans from the moral community, or else include at least some animals.


  15. Ann Cottrell Free

    Ann Cottrell Free

    5 views
    American, Writer

  16. Anna Kingsford

    Anna Kingsford

    11 views
    English physician, activist and feminist

  17. Anna Nicole Smith

    Anna Nicole Smith

    357,947 views
    Model and actress

  18. Anne McKevitt

    Anne McKevitt

    63 views
    Scottish, TV Personality

  19. Annette Andre

    Annette Andre

    6,474 views
    Australian actor

  20. Antoine Goetschel

    Antoine Goetschel

    3 views

    Antoine F. Goetschel (born 1958) is a Swiss lawyer who has focused on animal rights law. In cases involving animal abuse, he was appointed to defend the rights of the animal in question. He played a prominent role lobbying for the unsuccessful March 2010 Swiss referendum which would have provided legal representation to all animals involved in Swiss court cases.


  21. Anuradha Sawhney

    Anuradha Sawhney

    9 views

    Anuradha Sawhney was the ex- Chief Functionary and the head of Indian operations of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), India. She is an animal rights activist and was the Editor of the Indian edition of the animal rights magazine Animal Times.


  22. Arise (musician)

    Arise (musician)

    10 views
    American actor

  23. Astrud Gilberto

    Astrud Gilberto

    9,511 views
    Singer

  24. Ayaz Latif Palijo

    Ayaz Latif Palijo

    309 views
    Pakistani, Journalist

  25. Barry Horne

    Barry Horne

    18 views

    Barry Horne (17 March 1952 – 5 November 2001) was an English animal rights activist. He became known around the world in December 1998, when he engaged in a 68-day hunger strike in an effort to persuade the British government to hold a public inquiry into animal testing, something the Labour Party had said it would do before it came to power in 1997. The hunger strike took place while Horne was serving an 18-year sentence for planting incendiary devices in stores that sold fur coats and leather products, the longest sentence handed down to any animal rights activist by a British court.


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