Category: Podcasts

Being Food Resourceful During Pandemic Times: Growing Your Own Produce, and Vegan Pantry Cooking with Brigitte Gemme

Sustaining ourselves with food during pandemic times: A feature interview with vegan food consultant Brigitte Gemme, of Vegan Family Kitchen, on best practises for pantry cooking. Plus, guest co-host Grace Wampold presents a segment on being resourceful in growing your own food, even if you don’t have garden space!

Behind the Lines of Slaughter, in an Age of Animal Transmitted Disease, with Justin Reineke

Pig in crate of Excelsior Hog Farms in Abbotsford, BC, Canada

In a time of zoonotic diseases and pandemics, former industrial farm and slaughterhouse worker Justin Reineke exposes the underbelly of these infection-ridden factories.

Veganic Farming Tips from Experts Stephen Hunt and JoVonna Johnson-Cooke

Spring is coming! In this show, we present two perennial interviews packed with information on veganic farming, which is a method of farming that eschews animal inputs. Featuring master gardener Stephen Hunt and food justice activist, veganic farmer, and vegan chef JoVonna Johnson-Cooke.

Celebrating International Women’s Day with Dr. Corey Wrenn on Intersectional Awareness and Solidarity Across Social Justice Issues, and Amanda Houdeschell of Species Revolution on Speciesist Language and Feminism

In this show, we feature interviews with linguist and co-founder of Species Revolution Amanda Houdeschell on speciesist language and feminism and sociologist Dr. Corey Wrenn of the Vegan Feminist Network on intersectional awareness and solidarity across social justice issues.

pattrice jones on Racist and Colonial History of the Dairy Industry in Vermont, and Amy Davis from L.A. Animal Save on Rescued Mother and Calf from Dairy Farm with Actor and Activist Joaquin Phoenix

Interviews with pattrice jones on the racist and colonial history of the dairy industry in Vermont, and Amy Jean Davis, founder of the L.A. Animal Save, on the mother cow Liberty and her calf Indigo who were rescued from a slaughterhouse, with actor and activist Joaquin Phoenix.

Celebrating Vegan Cuisine Month and Black History Month with Asha Wheeldon of Kula Foods

Local vegan chef Asha Wheeldon joins us to talk about plant-based cuisine inspiration and bringing people together through delicious food.

Strategy in the Animal Rights Movement and the Canada Goose Pressure Campaign with Darren Chang

In this show, we feature an exclusive interview with grassroots liberation activist Darren Chang on strategies and tools in the animal rights and anti-oppression movements and the Canada Goose Pressure Campaign which he will be speaking more about. Also, guest co-host Meghan on her experience protesting against RibFest and guest co-host Leah with an update on the Wet’suwet’en pipeline protest.

Exclusive Interview with DxE Brighton Activist on Exposure of Hoads Farm Cruelty

This show features an exclusive interview with Jake from Direct Action Everywhere (DxE) Brighton on the recently held protest within Hoads Farm after exposure of footage spanning six months of the horrid conditions suffered by the chickens kept there.

Veganuary Inspiration Featuring Interviews with Dr. Neal Barnard on Plant-Based Nutrition as Healing and Personal Trainer Karina Inkster on Plant-Powered Fitness

This show features interviews of Dr. Neal Barnard on the reasons why he is a plant-based advocate and Karina Inkster on weightlifting and fitness as a vegan personal trainer. We also introduce three new co-hosts, Meaghan Beattie, Grace Wampold, and Leah Thompson with their stories on how they started on veganism and why they choose to continue to live a vegan lifestyle.

“The Animal People” film with former SHAC7 member Jake Conroy, plus The Failings of the Greater Vancouver Zoo, with Vancouver Humane Society’s Peter Fricker

A feature interview with Jake Conroy, convicted animal activist and a key character in “The Animal People” film. Plus, an interview with Peter Fricker on the failings of the Greater Vancouver Zoo.