Monthly Archives: July 2016

Nathan Runkle, Mercy For Animals Founder and LBGTQ Activist Discusses Intersectionality, in Honour of Pride Week

Nathan Runkle, Mercy For Animals Founder and LBGTQ Activist Discusses Intersectionality, in Honour of Pride Week

Our annual Pride Show, featuring an interview about intersectionality with Nathan Runkle, Mercy For Animals Founder and LBGTQ Activist. Also, learn about vegan pet food options as an alternative to commercial brands.

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Review and Highlights of the 2016 Animal Rights National Conference

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Review and Highlights of the 2016 Animal Rights National Conference! Plus L.A.'s first Pig Save vigil, and vegan eats in L.A.

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Social Change Makers Society, Intersectionality, and Reporting Animal Abuse in our Agricultural Industry

Social Change Makers Society, Intersectionality, and Reporting Animal Abuse in our Agricultural Industry

How can we be inclusive and effective activists for all social issues? Social Change Makers aims to include all oppressed groups in their activism. Also, lawyer Anna Pippus educates us about effective ways to bear witness and report animal abuse.

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Roy Sasano, Sea Shepherd Drone Pilot on Operation Milagro II, and the Effects of Fireworks on Animals

Roy Sasano, Sea Shepherd Drone Pilot on Operation Milagro II, and the Effects of Fireworks on Animals

Meet Sea Shepherd volunteer Roy Sasano, who helped to rescue the world's rarest and smallest cetacean, which is on the brink of extinction. Plus discover why silent fireworks can be a solution to animal suffering.

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The End of Chick Culling, and An Inquisitive Look At Rodeo Culture

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A feature interview with David Coman-Hidy of The Humane League on The End of Chick Culling, and An Inquisitive Look At Rodeo Culture. Plus, July 1st is Sanctuary Day!

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