If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file.The timestamp is only as accurate as the clock in the camera, and it may be completely wrong.As a 20-episode documentary about animal welfare, the actress alongside Isabel Lucas – de-glamed, natural and getting their hands dirty – will offer a first hand look at the truth behind animals in fashion and entertainment using footage taken while posing undercover and in disguise at fur-farms, factory farms, slaughter houses and circuses.The documentary is successfully fighting its way through a legal battle to have the production shut-down.
Reportedly joining forces with a super-secret shoe design house to release her own range of vegan-friendly footwear and teaming up with fellow actress Natalie Portman for an anti-fur PETA PSA, it’s the starlet’s own highly-graphic animal rights documentary for Animal Planet that is said to have tongues wagging.She decided to join, and several years later became a crew member in two campaigns, Operation Zero Tolerance and Operation Relentless.The Sweetheart Fries with vegan Chipotle dipping sauce, Steamin' Kale, Mac-n-Cheese, Santa Fe Crispy Chickin', Bean Me Up Chili and Strawberry Lemonade are my favourite items at The Veggie Grill. Delish mashed potatoes, kale & happy vegan salads, sandwiches, EVERYTHING!news: My latest on Huff Post: We Can't Palm Off the Palm Oil Crisis. ANU Spotlight: An Advocate for Environmental Stewardship.media: simon wren. [email protected]: elissa sursara. Please help to establish notability by citing reliable secondary sources that are independent of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond its mere trivial mention.If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be merged, redirected, or deleted.“It’s a shame that so many culturally diverse people in the entertainment industry flaunt such a terrible thing,” says Brazilian beauty Elissa Sursara. It’s not something people need, it’s just something people want.They don’t seem to care how it gets from the animal to their back and that’s something I’ve set out to change.” The award winning actress, initially made famous at the age of four as an insanely popular South American child star, has been fur-free her entire life and follows a cruelty-free vegetarian diet, something she was enlisted to describe as a special guest on the upcoming green-documentary of pal Adrian Grenier, a friendship inspired by long-time best friend and star, Isabel Lucas.Serious and responsible, she tries to carry the world on her shoulders and rarely lets others know that she needs help and support.Elissa Sursara denies or ignores her own emotional needs and feels that others will not accept her if she appears "weak".Of that matter Sursara said, “Fur Associations and the like have tried to stop us from pushing forward with the docu-series.I guess it’s expected from billion dollar industries that profit from the things we’re trying to expose.Elissa Sursara may have traveled extensively in her early years, or something in her background may have enabled her to understand and identify with many different types of people or cultures.