Vintage People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals "Animal Liberation" T-Shirt

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People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals, or PeTA, was founded in 1980 with the simple goal of advocating for animal rights. The organization, now an internationally-based nonprofit, was controversial right from the start, as people took issue with their tactics and message. But what's controversial about loving animals and wanting to protect them? Nothing, right? Celebrities don't seem to mind either, as they have some big names behind the group, like Paul McCartney and Eva Mendes. This vintage PeTA shirt, nicely worn and thin, is the same design that River Phoenix wore in those old commercials. No tag but fits like a medium, please refer to our measurements for exact sizing. 

Dimensions: 21.75" Wide by 23" Long 

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