Lettuce Ladies

Activists of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORNPR0000030" title="People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals" href="/topic/social-issues/people-for-the-ethical-treatment-of-animals-ORNPR0000030.topic">People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals</a> (PETA) wear real lettuce leaves and hold signs that read "Turn Over a New Leaf, Go Vegetarian" in Johannesburg to encourage South Africans to go vegetarian. PETA's Lettuce Ladies want to draw attention to the suffering of animals raised and killed for food.
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( Stephane de Sakutin, AFP/Getty Images / June 28, 2011 )

Activists of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) wear real lettuce leaves and hold signs that read "Turn Over a New Leaf, Go Vegetarian" in Johannesburg to encourage South Africans to go vegetarian. PETA's Lettuce Ladies want to draw attention to the suffering of animals raised and killed for food.

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