Marc Pierschel, the creative mind behind Live and Let Live, joins us to talk about his new documentary about what moves people to live vegan. We also share some of our favourite clips from a recent trip to Pigs Peace Sanctuary in Washington State.
International Women’s Day. We feature an interview with Emily Gaarder, author of Women and the Animal Rights Movement. We also share a recent talk by Carol J. Adams entitled “Neither Man nor Beast: politics and the absent referent in 2014”.
Full on feline fun! We discuss lions, tigers, and more with Carole Baskin who has operated North America’s largest big cat sanctuary for over 20 years. We also learn about declawing from The Paw Project.
On our last show of the year, we uncover some music from various genres and moods. From exuberance for life and the joy of plant based living, to sadness & rage at the injustice of nonhuman animal treatment…. from hip hop, to punk, and pop — there’s something for everyone!
On today’s show we feature an interview about the concept of domestication/wilderness with comparatist anthropologist and author/speaker Layla AbdelRahim. We also share a few clips from our past shows as a tribute to our turkey friends.
We speak to William Housty of the Heiltsuk Nation about Bears Forever, a project of the Central Coast First Nations Bear Working Group. We also have special guests to speak about an upcoming event called Radical Animals and Ravaged Environments: A New Understanding for a Common Struggle.