PHOTOS: Mannequins revolt against Levis for their toxic fashion

December 6, 2012

Greenpeace activists dressed as mannequins staged a "mannequin revolt" outside LeviÕs flagship store in San Francisco, Dec. 6, 2012, to demand LeviÕs commit to eliminating all hazardous chemicals from its supply chain. Greenpeace released the ÒToxic Threads: Under WrapsÓ report Wednesday detailing the extent of the toxic water pollution coming from two of MexicoÕs largest clothing manufacturers, both of which supply LeviÕs. Photo by George Nikitin/Greenpeace

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Greenpeace activists dressed as mannequins staged a "mannequin revolt" outside Levis flagship store in San Francisco, Dec. 6, 2012, to demand Levis commit to eliminating all hazardous chemicals from its supply chain. Greenpeace released the Toxic Threads: Under Wraps report Wednesday detailing the extent of the toxic water pollution coming from two of Mexicos largest clothing manufacturers, both of which supply Levis. Join the campaign, and lets give Levis 501,000 reasons to #GoForth and Detox!

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