In today’s episode, we tell you about the eye-opening and brilliant “Animals in the Arts” presentation created and presented by Colleen Patrick-Goudreau that we attended at Alexander Gray Associates here in New York City. We’ll also share with you some big news for Our Hen House – to the tune of being named the Indie Media Powerhouse of 2011 by VegNews Magazine. Oh, and in other big news, Jasmin will talk about her newly platinum hair.
This week we come to you from Portland, Oregon, where we were speakers at the annual Lewis and Clark Animal Law Conference. In honor of this one-of-a-kind conference, today’s episode is an extended one, and features several concise interviews with some of the movers and shakers from the world of animal law. Talking to us today are such luminaries as Maneesha Deckha, Bruce Wagman, Jaclyn Leeds, Peter Sankoff, Sarah Baeckler, Kristin Stilt, and Joyce Tischler. Today’s episode will undoubtedly prove revelatory for non-lawyers, budding lawyers, and seasoned lawyers.
For our review, we will give you our top 5 animal law related films that everyone should see.
All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights.
This week’s news items include:
- “BREAKING NEWS: 800 Caged Dogs Rescued From Dog Meat Trade In Chengdu, China” from The GirlieGirl Army
- “100-Year-Old Fauja Singh sets world record: Oldest runner to complete a marathon” from NY Daily News
- “Police Kill Dozens of Animals Freed on Ohio Reserve” from the New York Times
- “The French Government Outlaws Vegetarianism in Schools” from European Vegetarian and Animal News Alliance
“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” -Dr. Seuss in The Lorax
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