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Live A Damn Features Nonprofit Groundbreaker, Vegan Filmmaker, And Green Music Champion

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If it’s true that the number seven is lucky, then this might be the luckiest show yet!

Each week on Live a Damn Radio I spotlight the many do-gooders around the world who are raising the bar on social consciousness and taking meaningful action to create change.

On today’s show I chat with Dress for Success founder and Do Something CEO Nancy Lublin. Nancy’s new book (an absolute must-read) Zilch is available now. Up next, I give our Live a Damn Citizen Rockstar award to documentary filmmaker Marisa Miller Wolfson whose film Vegucated will be out next year. And finally, from the green music organization Reverb, manager of partnerships Elliot May joins me. FYI: Reverb is responsible for Green Music Group and works with tons of famous artists to help make their tours more environmentally friendly.

All of this plus the Live a Damn Celebrity Countdown brought to you, of course, by Ecorazzi. Check it out after the jump or visit LiveADamn.com.

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Protesting Kylie Jenner’s Use of Fur Doesn’t Help Animals

Campaigns against fur, whether that’s at the PETA level or a small mobbing like this, don’t work because they promote the use of other animal products.

Collaborating with animal exploiters won’t help animals

The two sides claim to both have the “health and well-being of animals” in mind in this partnership, but one likely said “after profitability” under their breath.

Exploitation for art is no worse than exploitation for dinner

It always seems to come back to a confused juror deciding when animal use is justified.