PETA co-founder Alex Pacheco discusses the history of the animal rights movement on Kirschner’s Korner Radio

Alex Pacheco

Alex Pacheco’s life as an animal activist should be a #1 New York Times best seller and a major motion picture. It’s that fascinating, unique, inspiring, and impactful. On this episode of Kirschner’s Korner Radio, Alex discusses what caused him to become an animal rights activist, working as a crew member with Captain Paul Watson in the 1970’s, how he started PETA, his work to save hundreds of millions of dogs and cats, and much more. You will be captivated by every story and moved to get involved. This is Alex Pacheco, one of the most influential animal activists in modern history.

3 thoughts on “PETA co-founder Alex Pacheco discusses the history of the animal rights movement on Kirschner’s Korner Radio

  1. Incredible, fascinating, driven animal rights fighter. In the 1970s I was unaware of the plight of animals, and now due to his actions and those of others in the animal rights movement, more people are aware. The enormity of the continuing abuse is hard to fathom and a disgrace.

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