The Animal’s Agenda – a bimonthly news magazine dedicated to informing people about animal rights and cruelty-free living for the purpose of inspiring action for animals. The Animals’ Agenda is committed to serving–and fostering cooperation among–a combined audience of animal advocates, interested individuals, and the entire animal rights movement.
AnimalConcerns.org (formerly Animal Rights Resource Site) – a project of the EnviroLink Network, a non-profit organization which has been providing access to thousands of online environmental and animal rights/welfare resources since 1991. This community serves as a clearinghouse for information on the Internet related to animal rights and welfare.
Bullfrog Films – Over the last 28 years, Bullfrog Films has become the leading US publisher of independently-produced, environmental videos, that point the way to living healthily, happily, and with greater concern for the other inhabitants of this planet, and for our descendants. Check out their Animal Rights section! Reduced rates for activists.
College Activist – PETA’s College Action Campaign can help you speak out for animals on your campus! PETA can help you organize demonstrations and events and educate fellow students, as well as provide resources, action ideas, and advice. We can help you get more vegetarian options in your dining hall or even help you start your own campus group. Whatever your goals, if you’re a college student and you’re interested in animal rights, we can help you get busy—either with your own school and local campaigns or with PETA’s national and international campaigns.
Congress.org Media Guide – this is an amazing website for activists. Find and contact national and local media quickly and easily.
The Conservative Activists’ Giant E-Mail Links Page – As they say on the website, “Here’s your one-stop ‘megaphone’ where you can E-Mail letters to your elected representatives, talk shows, the media, and even write letters to the editor. Tell them what you think!”
DawnWatch – tips on e-mail etiquette and a page for e-mail action. The DawnWatch website is a base for the newsletter. It is a place you can look to for pointers on various topics. The newsletter will cite a story or article which concerns animals (sometimes a story on health or nutrition) and provide an email link to the media source. You only have to click a button to dash off a quick note and make your voice heard.
E-The People – How can I be a more effective e-advocate?
Farm Sanctuary’s Activist Tools - join our E-mail News & Action Alert to receive weekly notices about urgent campaign calls and letter writing needs and other simple ways you can help farm animals. Get even more involved by signing up to be an active member of our Activist Network. As a member, you will be contacted when we need activist assistance with campaigns, demonstrations, outreach tabling, emergency rescues, and other special projects.
HerbWeb: Animal Rights Resources – they have a huge list of links to online resources.
IDA’s Online Resource Center – your resource for animal rights materials and information. Whether you want to start your own animal rights group, document animal abuse at laboratories, distribute informational brochures to the public, or embark on a cruelty-free lifestyle, we hope you will find what you need to get started here. Be sure to check out the great media info under “How to Make the News”.
NIFAA Training Workshops- “Learn how to launch a voting bloc for animals in your town,city, county or state. A way to become a true power player for animals in the lawmaking arena, winning the laws and local ordinances animals desperately need.”
PETA’s Action Alerts page has a great list of current issues for letter writers.
PETA2 – teen activist site by PETA.
“The Witness” & “Peaceable Kingdom” web page - These videos are a great tools for activists to share with others to show why and how one becomes an animal rights activist.
World Animal Net Directory – the world’s largest database of animal protection societies, with over 10,000 listings and links to more than 3,000 Web Sites.