• peta2 needs your advice! :)

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    Staff

    Over a year ago

    Hey guys! We are thinking about doing a mission where we ask students to pass around animal rights notes in class. The notes would be something quirky, controversial maybe, or funny, to help get people talking about animal rights. Do you guys think this would be popular? :)

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    Over a year ago

    Oh Yeah yeah that will be popular in my classroom I’m known for passing notes in class And always the closeing into a know I always get caught . :) my teacher said If you’re going to pass notes they better be educational In a sarcastic way . This is educational. But I still do it anyways it will be popular to go ahead and do it. PETA 2 Is the world’s largest animal rights youth group in the world anyways So do it you know it will be popular. :)

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    Over a year ago

    My school would be perfectly fine with something like that! I would love to do it! :)

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    Over a year ago

    Instead of passing notes in class, how about spreading the word at lunch over a couple of veggie burgers? :)

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    Over a year ago

    Definitely provocative…students would have to weigh the risk of getting caught vs spreading the word. I’d do it, as long as the notes were constructive… stuff like “Don’t forget to bring something for the Farm Sanctuary Bake Sale” or “Walk for the Animals is this weekend. Did you sign up?” or “Fundraiser for PETA after school today!”…that kind of thing.
    Maybe giant chalk drawings on the school parking lot, mentioning peta2 campaigns? Take a photo and get points?

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    Over a year ago

    It could get people who are still in school into a lot of trouble as well as disrupting peoples education?

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