Models have bared all in anti-fur campaigns. Activists have splattered fur wearers with red paint to protest against the fur industry. Celebrities including Heather Mills McCartney (who helped launch J. Cruel, a Web site revealing that J. Crew receives its fur from China, where animals are skinned alive for their pelts) and Pamela Anderson (who narrated a graphic video showing KFC’s cruel treatment of chickens) have used their notoriety to educate the public about the inhumane treatment of animals. What can you do to help the fight? This Friday (at 7 p.m.), United Animal Nations will sponsor an event geared at educating consumers on how their purchasing power can be used to help stop the inhumane treatment of animals. The group also will discuss campaign strategies for ending the sale of factory-farmed duck meat at Whole Foods Market. Get educated at the Sierra 2 Center, located at 2791 24th Street. Call (916) 429-2457 or visit www.uan.org for more information.