Activism Around the World
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October 14, 2005, Lauren Anderson, a Playboy playmate, participates in a protest in front of a KFC restaurant in Anchorage, Alaska. Anderson led the protest against the fast food restaurant chain for committing cruelty to chickens.

Demonstrators sport painted Australian flags and fake blood on their almost naked bodies in front of the Australian Embassy in Geneva in Geneva, Switzerland, Wednesday, Oct 12, 2005. The animal rights activists protested against the Australian wool industry's treatment of sheep.

Anna Wintour of the US, editor in chief of Vogue magazine, reacts after receiving a pie in her face on her way to the Chloe show at Jardin des Tuileries in Paris as part of the Spring/Summer 2006 ready-to-wear fashion collection, October 8, 2005. Wintour got the pie from a person protesting against the promotion of fur in the magazine.

Security personnel remove an unidentified activist as a model presents a creation for German designer Karl Lagerfeld during his Spring/Summer 2006 ready-to-wear fashion show for Lagerfeld Gallery fashion house in Paris October 5, 2005.

Protests against the torturing of sheep in front of the Australian embassy in central Madrid October 5, 2005 because wool-producing countries like Australia abuse sheep. The signs read 'Australia, stop torturing sheep'.

A fur trade protester holds a banner during a show by Italian designer Roberto Cavalli at the Spring/Summer 2006 Milan Fashion Week in Italy September 30, 2005. The activist was quickly rushed off the stage by security personnel.

Activists lie in coffins and hold placards during a protest in the southern Indian city of Bangalore September 27, 2005. They aim to show that dead skin is never fashionable and to raise awareness of how animals are treated before they are turned into leather shoes, bags and other products. They encourage shoppers and urges the users to choose synthetic and natural's fiber materials instead of animal skin.