Tag: darren chang

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.

Filmmaker Zack Embree on the Kinder Morgan Pipeline, Darren Chang on The Politics of Farmed Animal Sanctuaries, and LIVEKINDLY’s Jodi Monelle

We hear from a trio of activists making a difference in today’s world: filmmaker Zack Embree of “Directly Affected: Pipeline Under Pressure”; Darren Chang on The Politics of Farm Sanctuaries; and Jodi Monelle, founder and CEO of the online community LIVEKINDLY.

Darren Chang, DxE Convergence & Robert Grillo, Free from Harm

We speak to local Vancouver activist Darren Chang and founder of Free from Harm, Robert Grillo.

The University of British Columbia’s Appropriation of and Attack on Critical Discourse; & Why Postmodernism Fails to Protect Animals

A review of the cookbook “The Happy Herbivore: Over 175 Delicious Fat-Free & Low-Fat Vegan Recipes” by Lindsay S. Nixon. Then a chat with former University of British Columbia students about the university’s attempt to appropriate a radical speaker series on animals that challenges the university’s governance on animals. We also talk to Dr. Gary Steiner, John Howard Harris Professor of Philosophy at Bucknell University, about his forthcoming book Animals and the Limits of Postmodernism.