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  • XZOOBEARANCE supported PETA Youth

    Written by PETA

    For%20Site.jpgSIES Zoology Department organized their first-ever department festival XZOOBEARANCE 2006, and PETA Youth was there. Our documentary of the cruel treatment of animals for leather was screened at the venue, and visitors had a chance to view a display of pictures from PETA India’s investigations of the transport and slaughter of animals for leather and meat. Street Teamers were present to talk about PETA Youth, distribute information about animal rights and our campaigns.If you weren’t at the event, and would like to get involved, please log onto http://www.petaindia.com/action/sign-up-to-be-an-activist.aspx.

  • "Bloody" Mannequins Take Over Burberry's London Store

    Written by PETA

    final.jpgFive human mannequins wearing furs donated to PETA for demonstration purposes by people who now refuse to wear the stuff spattered with fake blood occupied the foyer windows of the Burberry London store. Two of the activists chained themselves to the inside of the windows and had to be cut out by police. The action, which marked the launch of an international Bloody Burberry campaign, was taken after Burberry refused to shed fur from their collections.For more information please log onto http://www.bloodyburberry.com/

  • PETA Youth at IIT KANPUR

    Written by PETA

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    Keeping up with our presence at college fests, our Street Teamers report IIT Kanpur’s Synchronicity was a blast. If you would like to get involved and table at your college, please log onto http://www.petaindia.com/action/sign-up-to-be-an-activist.aspx or contact us at nehas@petaindia.org.

  • PETA Youth at BAGEECHA

    Written by PETA

    Bageecha.jpgPETA Youth was present at BAGEECHA, an Environmental awareness programme organized by Sydenham Nature Club. It was organized to spread awareness amongst college students about the need to be considerate and live compassionately.For those of you who weren’t there, you missed a spectacular display of bonsai plants. To get active for animals please log on to http://www.petaindia.com/action/sign-up-to-be-an-activist.aspx.

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