Tag: veganism

Encore show: Indigenous Peoples Day – Sierra Tasi Baker on Indigenous Veganism and Finding Balance with the Natural World

Sierra Tasi Baker of the Squamish Nation speaks to us on why she chose a vegan lifestyle, how this fits with her traditional Coast Salish values, and how animal activists can advocate for animals in a way that’s respectful toward Indigenous people.

Children’s Books and Parenting from a Vegan Perspective: Abioseh the Vegan Poet on his Unique Book, “I am Not Food,” Addy Rivera Sonda on Illustrating New Book, “Junebug: No Life Too Small,” and Jen Rivera Bell on her Passion for Indigenous Vegan Motherhood

Cover of Children's Book, "Junebug: Not Life Too Small", featuring a small child with brown skin and dark curly hair in a denim romper and yellow rain boots, laying on the grass looking up into the sky

In this show we hear from Abioseh Cole, the Vegan Poet on the power of language and what lead him to writing the children’s book, “I am Not Food”, a text which explores why animals are people. We also speak to, Addy Rivera Sondas, the illustrator of the new children’s book, “Junebug: No Life Too Small” on her process of bringing this sweet story to life as well as how she uses her artwork to inspire empathy and social change. Our feature interview is with YouTuber and Indigenous mama, Jen Rivera Bell, on Veganism, parenthood, decolonizing food, and minimalism.

Encore show: Indigenous Peoples Day – Sierra Tasi Baker on Indigenous Veganism and Finding Balance with the Natural World

Sierra Tasi Baker of the Squamish Nation speaks to us on why she chose a vegan lifestyle, how this fits with her traditional Coast Salish values, and how animal activists can advocate for animals in a way that’s respectful toward Indigenous people.

Indigenous Peoples Day: Sierra Tasi Baker on Indigenous Veganism and Finding Balance with the Natural World

Sierra Tasi Baker of the Squamish Nation speaks to us on why she chose a vegan lifestyle, how this fits with her traditional Coast Salish values, and how animal activists can advocate for animals in a way that’s respectful toward Indigenous people.

A bacon-loving entrepreneur, an undercover investigator, a naturopathic medicine school graduate and a firefighter walk into a radio station….

Roundtable discussion on compassion, morality, health and the power of transformation.

Plants are for Everybody: Making Veganism Accessible to All

Featuring an interview with Matt Noble of the Toronto Vegetarian Food Bank, plus short features on Francesca Chaney (founder and owner of Sol Sips in Brooklyn), and Brenda Sanders (food justice activist and co-founder of Baltimore’s The Greener Kitchen).

Joanne Chang on Vegan Shoes, Parenting, and More

Featuring an interview with local vegan activist and entrepreneur Joanne Chang, co-founder and co-owner of Vancouver’s first vegan shoe store, Nice Shoes.

World Vegan Day: Colleen Patrick-Goudreau

For our World Vegan Day show, we feature an interview with vegan author and speaker extraordinaire Colleen Patrick-Goudreau. We discuss resources that can help anyone to go and stay vegan, as well as how human superstitions can have a tragic impact on certain animals, particularly around Halloween.

Alive from New York: Victoria Moran of Main Street Vegan and Nancy Kogel of ROAR

Jenni returns from her 3 months in New York City! Featuring interviews with Victoria Moran of Main Street Vegan and Nancy Kogel of Reaching Out For Animal Rights.