Children making the connection between animals and their food; Travel Tips and Recommendations for Compassionate Eating: Portland (Part 3); and a feature interview with Kathy Stevens, author of “Animal Camp: Reflections on a Decade of Love, Hope, and Veganism at Catskill Animal Sanctuary”.
Lauren Ornelas of The Food Empowerment Project about her Food Justice talk this weekend, as well as Melisser Elliot of The Urban Housewife and author of The Vegan Girl’s Guide to Life. We also announce the winner of our contest for a copy of the book Striking at The Roots by Mark Hawthorne.
We interview Dr. Donald Forrester of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine about the health benefits of a vegan diet and their 21-Day Vegan Kickstart Program; plus Travel Tips and Recommendations for Compassionate Eating – Part 3: Portland; plus a segment on the upcoming Walk for Farm Animals.
In this episode we discuss what you can do to help the animals affected by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, and Proctor & Gamble’s animal testing for their products, as well as put out a call for guest co-hosts for the show. Then, an interview with Josh Hooten of the Let Live Foundation about the upcoming Let Live Animal Rights Conference in Portland, Oregon in June. And for our feature interview, we speak with Claudia Li of the organization Shark Truth, to talk about their campaigns for educating the public to stop shark fin soup.