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( humaneproject.com – July 11, 2014) Los Angeles, CA — The Humane Project, is spreading animal rights information through fashion,and is the vision of Dian L. Sopranuk, a Los Angeles based fashion designer and animal activist of 30 years.

Before starting The Humane Project, Dianprimarily focused her efforts on helping domestic animals.She sat on the board of directors for The Neighborhood Animal Group in Silver Lake, California, and volunteeredat local animal shelters.Inspired by these experiences,Dian createdher own shelter, housing dogs and cats found on the streets of Los Angeles. She provided these lost animals with food, shelter, and veterinary care. Dian also donated funds to local residents of Echo Park and Silver Lake, covering spaying,neutering, and other various procedure costs for various neighborhood animals.

Moved to take further action as an animal rights activist, Dian began investigating the horrors that animals suffer on factory farms. She researched the pain and suffering animals go through to produce milk, cheese, and clothing. Shortly thereafter, Dianchose to adoptavegan lifestyle, consciouslydecidingto stop contributing to the pain and suffering of all animals.

However, for Dian, veganism was nowhere near enough.Dian decided to combine her dueling passions; animal activism and fashion design, birthing The Humane Project. Dian has 25 years experience in the fashion industry.She owned and operated her own retail store, Design Clothes, in Burbank, California, and also designed and manufactured her own clothing line sold in her Los Angeles retail space.She has designed clothes for Beyoncé and other entertainment industry professionals.

The Humane Project’sgoal is to educate the masses about animal suffering through fashion and The Humane Project website. Our fashionable shirts share messages to start a dialog for furthering animal protection. The Humane Project hopes to empower others to spread the wordandhelp change animal protection laws.

For more information go to humaneproject.com or call 702-742-2039