I'm moving in the near future, so I've been cleaning out my stuff. I found a TON of animal rights literature. Apparently when I was in college, I thought I'd get into leafleting, but introverted me never did. (I also don't support PETA anymore, but that doesn't need to be discussed.) I'd recycle them all, but its really A LOT of paper that I don't want to waste. I'd rather send it all (or some of it) to someone who will put these things to use. Perhaps you're part of a school or community group that could use these?
Here's what I have. Most things are from PETA, but not everything is:
Boycott Iams poster and pamphlets
Tryveg.com bumper stickers
I am not a nugget CDs
animal suffering at Columbia University pamphlets
Don't Eat Meat and Save a Life stickers
KFC tortures animals pamphlets
March of Dimes animal tests stickers
What they never told you pamphlets
Fashion forward (anti-fur) pamphlets
Look me in the eyes postcards
eggs from caged hens pamphlets
Cut class, not frogs pamphlets
TONS of PETA stickers
I have dozens of each. PM me if you think you can use them! Some of these campaigns may be irrelevant now, but I know many of these are timeless. Hey, maybe someone wants to start an animal rights museum or something and wants the old stuff! I'll hold onto these for three weeks, then I'll toss them if no one wants them.