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The Skin Off Their Backs: How the Fashion Industry Brutalizes Animals

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Animals Voice Magazine
Published:
2/10/2010
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
36 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
News
Tags:
animal rescue, animal rights, bears, fur farming, fur industry, gary francione, idaho black bear rehab, laura moretti, Leather, peter young, seal hunt, sealing, snakeskin, trapping, wool

The Skin Off Their Backs: How the Fashion Industry Brutalizes Animals. The Jan/Feb 2010 issue of The Animals Voice Magazine presents the first installment of the six overall ways humans use and exploit animals: for fashion. It features a look at the battle to stop the upcoming annual seal hunt in Canada, a profile of slave-turned-activist Frederick Douglass, an exploration of the fur industry and its protesters in the news, a eugology for Daniel Schaull, an article by Gary Francione about "The Abolitionist Approach," and, of course, an overview of the fashion industry, from fur-trapping and fur-farming to sealing to leather and wool and beyond. Plus, the Kingdom Keepers profile features Sally Maughan and her Idaho Black Bear Rehab program.

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