New York, NY – Animal Liberation activists targeted luxury fashion brands DIOR, FENDI, and D&G retail stores in New York on August 25, 2019 closing out the Official Animal Rights March weekend by sending a loud and powerful message to fur peddlers in NYC demanding they stop selling real fur and to stop killing animals for their fur.
The event, co-organized by Rachel Ejsmont, Robert Banks and international animal rights powerhouse, Jenny McQueen vows to consistently disrupt businesses who exploit and profit off the torture of defenseless animals like the gentle “Orylag Rabbits”.
These gentle beings are held captive in over 20 french fur farms, artificially inseminated repeatedly, raised from birth in dark filthy cages, then skinned for their dense and ultra soft fur – used by luxury fashion brands – DIOR, FENDI, D&G. Foxes are anally electrocuted on fur farms, also used by D&G.
Prada was their main target last year. Along with other cities and campaigns pressuring the fashion designer, our collective efforts, store disruptions and winter long demos resulted in Prada finally ditching fur from their collections.
It was a huge victory- countless animals were spared! Thank you to all who spoke up for the innocent victims of the fur trade -death trade! NEXT TARGET IS DOLCE & GABBANA!
75% of New Yorkers have voted in favor of Intro 1476, a bill which would make sales of NEW real fur illegal in NYC. Let’s remind this blood money fueled industry that “animals are not fabrics, animal abusers are not welcome in NYC”.
Power in numbers! We ask all activist attending the Official Animal Rights March NYC to please UNITE, ATTEND and SCREAM for the countless fur bearing animals begging for mercy, senslessly killed for their fur in the most horrific ways- for nothing more than to decorate clothing apparel, home decor, to be worn as a social status, and vanity.
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