Tag: fur

100 Turkeys Saved from the Slaughter of Thanksgiving, and Amy Quichiz of Veggie Mijas

A feature interview on vegan intersectionality with Amy Quichiz of Veggie Mijas, plus an interview with Utah-based animal activist Amy Meyer, the first person ever prosecuted under an Ag-Gag law in the U.S., and one of the rescuers of 100 turkeys from a factory farm last weekend. Also, we discuss last week’s anti-fur march in Vancouver with local activist Meaghan Beattie.

Improving Inadequate Welfare Laws for Animal Transport, and How to Speak to People About Fur

A feature interview with animal rights lawyer Anna Pippus on proposed amendments to update Canada’s inadequate transport laws for farmed animals to the slaughterhouse, plus we discuss tips and strategies on How To Speak To People About Fur. Also, seal meat is now on a Vancouver menu!

The Meatout Show: Paul Shapiro, HSUS, and Going Vegan and Staying Vegan: Overcoming the Barriers

The Meatout Show: protesting the violence at Vancouver Fashion Week; a feature interview with Paul Shapiro, Vice President of Farm Animal Protection of the Humane Society of the United States, on trends in going meat-free; and Going Vegan and Staying Vegan: Overcoming the Barriers.

Activist Profile: Elaine Hendrix, & How to Speak to People About Fur

Linking the yoga community with the animal rights community in love and compassion; How to Speak to People About Fur; and an Activist Profile of animal advocate and actress Elaine Hendrix.

Fashion Week

Jenni talks to Joshua Katcher creator of The Discerning Brute and Brave Gentle Man. She also features Tara-Lee Gardener, an artist of Sto:lo first nations heritage.

“Veganism and Mi’kmaq Legends: Feminist Natives Do Eat Tofu”, and a Fur-ocious Film Screening

Margaret Robinson, PhD, joins us to discuss her essay “Veganism and Mi’kmaq Legends: Feminist Natives Do Eat Tofu”. The Black Pawprint Collective talks about the fur industry, the film Bold Native, and Costa Rica’s Rainsong Sanctuary.