Meet the teenager who exposed secret payments to smear animal rights activists - and protect the profits of big retailers who sell fur
- Via NowThis Politics
Fake protestors are getting paid to oppose the CA fur ban, while real activists are supporting the ban to create a better world for animals.
Activists with the Bay Area-based group Direct Action Everywhere marched 150 miles from San Francisco to the State Capitol to protest criminal animal cruelty in California. In the afternoon of July 8, 2019 they passed through UC Davis.
This bunny was going to become a fur coat. Instead, she's sparking a movement. #MakeFurHistory
“Anyone in LA down to make an easy $100 this Tuesday in Sacramento and fight tyranny?” Andrew Auguero wrote on Facebook two days before the first Senate committee hearing.
Fur Industry CAUGHT Using Paid Protesters
SACRAMENTO -- June 25th state senators in the Natural Resources Committee voted to advance Assembly Bill 44, legislation that would essentially ban fur production and sales in California.
This woman disrupted the Nordstrom Shareholders Meeting to demand the company stop selling animal fur.
VICTORY: The California fur ban just passed in the Assembly and it’s setting off a tidal wave of change around the nation. #MakeFurHistory
These activists staged a bloody fashion show outside of Neiman Marcus to protest fur and support the California fur ban. #MakeFurHistory
Will Portland be the next U.S. city to ban fur? We hope so!
This woman jumped on the runway to protest fur! #MakeFurHistory
In NYC, animal rights activists and the fur industry clash at City Hall over a bill to ban the sale of fur. By Donny Moss of Their Turn
SACRAMENTO -- More than 100 animals rights activists rallied at the State Capitol in support of a statewide ban on fur Tuesday.
Inside, the Assembly committee on water, parks and wildlife voted 8-4 in favor of Assembly Bill 44, which would prohibit the sale and manufacture of new fur products in California.
Just days after lawmakers in New York introduced bills at the city and state level to ban the sale of fur, animal rights activists in New York City staged their first protest at the home of a major fur retailer who has refused to meet with them.
Last year, we promised that if you helped us ban fur in SF, we'd go from one city to the entire state.
This year, we're making a new promise: help us ban fur in the ENTIRE STATE - saving potentially millions of little ones like this pup from horrible violence - and we'll take the ban on fur across the globe.
Are you with us? Then MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD!
In 2015, fashion designer Anna Tagliabue integrated her passion for fashion and protecting animals by launching a company called Pelush that designs luxury faux fur coats and accessories. During 2019 Fashion Week, Ms. Tagliabue debuted her newest designs during a cruelty-free fashion show in Manhattan.
By Donny Moss of Their Turn