Los Angeles—it's the home of the entertainment industry. It's also a watchword for compassionate activism. You can see it reflected on the big or small screen and in the actions of caring celebrities: The entertainment community is paying increasing attention to animal protection concerns.
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December 17, 2014
The Tale of an Unprejudiced Heart: An Interview with James Cromwell on the Twentieth Anniversary of the Movie "Babe"
It was 20 years ago when a heartwarming Australian movie about a sociable pig named Babe captivated audiences in theaters across America. In this interview, award-winning actor James Cromwell talks about animal issues and the ways Babe changed his life.
November 10, 2014
Even after a year, the undercover video of the Georgia Regents University experiments on dogs still haunts Kim Basinger, but GRU has not yet stopped its work on dogs.
October 24, 2014
Actress Alicia Silverstone discusses her new book, The Kind Mama, and why she advocates against factory farming and other forms of animal cruelty.
October 16, 2014
Just moments after the New Jersey Assembly overwhelmingly approved a bill to prevent the cruel confinement of pigs, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia funnyman and New Jersey native, Danny DeVito, has joined forces with The Humane Society of the United States in urging Gov. Chris Christie to sign the legislation into law.