the Society for the Equal Representation of Animated
Armadillos. We fight tirelessly for the fair treatment
of armadillos in the animation entertainment industry.
To force the entertainment industry,
through demonstration and legislation, to treat animated
armadillos as equal to any other actor or animated
character. This includes, but is not limited to, equal
recognition (ie. acknowledgment in the credits including a
voice actor name if one was used), equal screen time, and
an active presence in both the entertainment and political
worlds. SERAA is currently involved in public lobbying
for armadillo rights, strikes against entertainment studios,
legal actions against said studios, and is active in the
creation of legislature which will support animated
armadillos around the world.
was formed following the release of the movie "The Road to
El Dorado", in which it was first made clear to the public
how little respect was given to animated armadillos.
To read more on this see our movement history.
copyrighted to Andrea from May 2005 - present.
is a spoof site. There is no actual organization (that I know
of) called SERAA. There is no organization that represents
what this site claims to represent. All information not found
under "Reality Check" or "Legal" is to be considered fictitious
unless otherwise stated. The armadillo this site was born from
is copyrighted to Dream Works and a whole slew of other American
companies and people involved with the making of the film The
Road to El Dorado. Both animal rights and human rights are
serious issues and this site is in no way intended to make light of