Jane Goodall

Animal Rights Activist

Education & Early Life

  • started her primary education at Uplands private school
  • soon, at the age of 18, she attended Oxford
  • at an early age she discovered her love of animals
  • her dreams were to visit and study in African countries
Jane Goodall Is Hugged By Rescued Chimp.Touching!

Work in Africa

  • studied wild chimpanzees in Tanzania
  • published 'In The Shadow of Man' in 1971
  • worked actively trying to educate civilians on how to treat the surrounding chimpanzees
  • received the J. Paul Getty Wild Life Conservation award in 1984
  • while researching and observing chimps; she discovers they have multiple things in common with humans too

Hear Jane Goodall speak about animal rights!

Monday, Sep. 21st, 7pm

New York, NY, United States

New York, NY

  • she speaks about her work with chimpanzees
  • she also lectures us about how each of us should be involved in animal rights

“The more we learn of the true nature of nonhuman animals ... the more ethical concerns are raised regarding their use in the service of man.”

-Jane Goodall
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By: Emily Beighe

Citations:


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Warrior1. "Jane Goodall Chimpanzee Hug." YouTube. YouTube, 13 Feb. 2014. Web. 14 Sept. 2015.


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"Jane Goodall Quotes." BrainyQuote. Xplore, 7 July 2012. Web. 14 Sept. 2015.