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(clockwise from top left) Pleather-clad representatives of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals educated Albany passers-by about the cruelty of the leather industry; in response to the discrimination faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students nationwide, Albany High School students participated in the seventh annual Day of Silence in February; protestors gathered at the governor's mansion to oppose an Oneida Nation government beautification project, which entails the destruction of a number of homes; Colonie Kmart manager Jim Wieche angrily confronted members of Citizens Environmental Coalition (and Metroland photographer John Whipple) during a protest to raise awareness about the dangers of PVC, a chemical used in Martha Stewart's Everyday line; Arbor Hill Concerned Citizens announced a lawsuit against the city of Albany for flaws in its lead-abatement program; members of Citizens for Transportation and the Albany County Greens marched from Westgate Plaza to the Capitol to express their distaste with the state of public transportation in the Capital Region.

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