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W Magazine Highlights Eco-Star Crazy Sexy Kris Carr

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Kris Carr is the coolest. And by coolest, I mean COOLEST!!!

Carr is the founder of CrazySexyLife.com and is hell of an eco activist! 

In the article: “5 THINGS WE LEARNED AT DONNA KARAN’S URBAN ZEN SYMPOSIUM,” W Magazine suggests that EVERYONE hear Kris’ important message. They say:  

“The dynamic and funny filmmaker held the audience in thrall, even as she told the kind of story we’ve all heard before. On Valentine’s Day 2003, Carr, then 31, was diagnosed with stage IV liver cancer. Instead of taking it lying down, she picked up her camera and started filming a documentary about her ordeal, Crazy Sexy Cancer. Her battle has since spawned two books and a busy speaking schedule. Her story was touching, honest, real, and inspirational, and it was Carr who had the bon mots of the afternoon. Our favorite? “Make juice, not war.” (You can buy a bracelet with the phrase on her website, crazysexycancer.com) And when she revealed she just received her “best scan ever,” the room erupted into applause and tears.”

Proving that she is like the bestest ever, Kris is helping PCRM halt an experiment at North Dakota State University on April 27 where live pigs are scheduled to be used and then killed in a trauma training course. BUT SHE NEEDS YOUR HELP! To find out how a simple click the mouse can help save these precious animals, visit CrazySexyLife.com!

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