"Living with Compassion"
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Living with CompassionIndividuals at a protest outside of Patagonia Outdoor Clothing Store in May 2016 describe ways that company can fulfill its promise to do no harm to animals or the environment. They answer questions about alternatives to leather, wool and down, and how they came to be outside the NW Portland business. One demonstrator also explains her connection to the animal rights movement, which began with wanting to free the zoo elephants. Though not necessarily part of an organization, the participants got information from the Portland Animal Welfare Advocates at meetup.com and the Portland Animal Rights Activism Facebook page. This show was taped by PC Peri with interviewer Aiden Samuel-John, and produced/edited by Barb Greene with help from Dan Handelman.
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