The Black Vegetarian Society of Georgia & Tsunami Disaster Aid for Animals

First, we speak with Traci Thomas, founder of the first Black Vegetarian Society in North America. She’ll tell us about why she started the organization in 1997 and how the BVSG has inspired the creation of similar societies. Also from the BVSG, Dr. Joy Scott will talk about “super foods”.

For the last half of the show, we will hear from Silia Smith, WSPA’s (World Society for the Protection of Animals) Canadian director, who will brief us about what they’re doing to help animals harmed by the tsunami.

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