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Getting to know chickens: Myths of humane meat, domestication, and developing respect for farm animals

Getting to know chickens: Myths of humane meat, domestication, and developing respect for farm animals

On this show we talk to Hope Bohanec, who has been active in animal protection and environmental activism for over 20 years and is a nationally recognized leader and speaker in the animal protection movement. She is currently serving as Projects Manager for United Poultry Concerns as well as the Executive Director of Compassionate Living, a Sonoma County, … Continue reading

Which side are you on? Producing radical DIY media in times of activist repression

Which side are you on? Producing radical DIY media in times of activist repression

In this episode, you’ll hear us talk with Jeremy and Jordan, both long time vegan anarchists who are behind Which Side, a podcast by activists, for activists, that gives a platform for folks who are passionate about fighting animal, human and environmental oppression. We talk about producing DIY media projects, what it was like growing … Continue reading

The Social Power of Cinema

The Social Power of Cinema

This week we host a discussion with Cornell University sociology PhD student, Loredana Loy, on how representations of nonhuman animals and advocacy issues in cinema provide opportunities for social change and create an auspicious momentum for advocacy on behalf of nonhuman animals. Loredana;s blog series “Cinema for Social Change” provides a glimpse into her research … Continue reading

Daring to care about ourselves and others: Anastasia Yarbrough on the foundations of liberation work

Daring to care about ourselves and others: Anastasia Yarbrough on the foundations of liberation work

Anastasia Yarbrough, writer, naturalist, and activist, shares her reflections doing grounded grassroots community work that is inclusive to human and non-human animals. We talk about her experiences living in a small rural community as an activist, interspecies relationships, the powerful connections between afro-animal struggles, and the importance of radical self-care. Anastasia works as individual, following … Continue reading

Resisting White Settler Colonization through Food Storytelling: Claudia Serrato from Decolonial Food for Thought

Resisting White Settler Colonization through Food Storytelling: Claudia Serrato from Decolonial Food for Thought

Claudia Serrato from Decolonial Food for Thought teaches about indigenous veganism from a Xicana Indigena perspective, sharing ways she has approached decolonizing her diet and creating spaces to hear how others are doing so too which ultimately, is a process of remembering ancestral cuisines through food storytelling. We talk about the impact colonization has had … Continue reading