Tag: pattrice jones

World Day for Farmed Animals: Exploring Queer Love in Animals and Getting A Taste for Local Plant-Based Charcuterie

This show includes a feature interview with Emily Wilson, the founder and head chef at Living Tree Foods. We discuss her background as an animal rights lawyer and her passion for affordable, delicious, and local vegan cheese products. We also hear a story from pattrice jones discussing her first time bringing ducks to Vine Sanctuary and the assumptions we make about non-human animals based on the narrative that animals are motivated by reproduction and survival, rather than love, eros, and community.

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.

The 2015 Animal Rights National Conference Report Show

Our annual Animal Rights National Conference Report show! Featuring discussion, reviews, lecture clips and short interviews from this year’s AR Conference, held July 30-Aug 2 in Washington, DC.