Welcome to the 253rd episode of Our Hen House, featuring Kim Stallwood, with a review by Danielle Legg, and a special memorial to Sue Eakin.
On today’s episode, we discuss seeing the world through new glasses; a theater class gone wrong; our experiences speaking at the most recent Main Street Vegan Academy and being on the host committee of the Mercy for Animals Art Auction; and the latest on upcoming Tofurky Trots and vegan tours of Italy. We’ll also share our experiences visiting a museum exhibit that seemed to feel that a pigeon’s role was as an art material. There’s plenty of Rising Anxieties today, too, so hold onto your tofu.
Joining us today is longtime activist Kim Stallwood, who will tell us all about his new book, Growl: Life Lessons, Hard Truths, and Bold Strategies from an Animal Advocate.
For our review, Danielle Legg will give us her thoughts on vegan mac n’ cheese.
All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights.
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