PETA Kids Launches Vegan Art Competition
Animal rights organization PETA has launched a competition for young artists on its PETA Kids website.
The animal-friendly group is inviting children to create “Liberation Doodles” — artwork that is “all about climate change and eating vegan.”
The creative competition hopes to raise awareness of the connection between animal agriculture and the climate crisis.
“This contest is an opportunity for kind kids to illustrate on the page the type of world they’d like to see” said Rachelle Owen, PETA Director of Student Campaigns and Influence, in an email to Raise Vegan.
The winning entrant will receive a Nintendo Switch, and their artwork will be made into an official PETA sticker, as well as being featured on the PETA Kids website.
Entry to the competition will close on December 5 and the winner will be notified on December 12.
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PETA Vegan Kids
PETA Kids is a child-friendly branch of the larger PETA organization. It aims to show children up to the age of 12 how they can help animals.
“We believe that it’s not cool to use animals for food, clothing, experiments, or entertainment or to abuse them in any other way” explains the group.
“Animals are our friends, and we are doing everything we can to make the world a better place for them.”
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