In today’s monumental episode, we will talk about the Food Activism for the Holidays workshop we gave last week, and we’ll share with you our thoughts on how to get a good holiday vegan meal at a non-vegan restaurant. We’ll also sing a few original songs – including “The 12 Days of Carnivorous Christmas.”
Joining us for episode 100 are two of our favorite past guests: Famed ethicist and author of the groundbreaking book Animal Liberation, Peter Singer, and bestselling vegan cookbook author, Isa Chandra Moskowitz. Peter will talk with us about his views on the current state of the animal liberation movement, and Isa will talk about what she dubs “baketivism.”
Then, as part of our special 100th episode, we’ll be answering your questions! You asked us about everything from how to handle kids who want to go to zoos, to how to find inspiration for juice-fasting, to what our plans are for 2012 with Our Hen House. Today, we’ll answer those – and more. At the end of the episode, we’ll announce the very lucky winner of the $100 gift certificate to MooShoes.
Speaking of which, today’s episode is being sponsored by MooShoes. MooShoes proudly offers the largest variety of vegan shoes and accessories in the world. They have men’s and women’s shoes for all occasions as well as bags, purses, belts, jackets, and other fun stuff – all cruelty-free. Visit MooShoes 7 days a week at their physical location in New York City’s Lower East Side, or shop with them online at www.mooshoes.com.
All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights.
This week’s news items include:
- “In First for Asia, Taiwan to Ban Shark Finning” from Time Magazine
- “Hansom Cab Horse Collapses Outside Central Park” from CBS New York
- “200 Bears Killed on First Day of NJ Bear Hunt” from Gothamist
- “How Many Adults Are Vegan in the U.S.?” from The Vegetarian Resource Group
“This is what you shall do: Love the earth and sun and the animals.” -Walt Whitman
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