Welcome to the 264th episode of Our Hen House, featuring Chloe Falkenheim and Eric Mills.
On today’s episode, we squawk about eating at non-vegan restaurants, seeing Italy through a vegan lens, and where the New York Times gets it right… and wrong.
We have two very special guests joining today on Our Hen House. First, teen activist Chloe Falkenheim will tell you how she’s plugging in high school and college students everywhere with changing the world for animals, and helping them embrace veganism, by way of her incredible work with VegYouth. There’s lots of pertinent advice for us grown-ups here, too, so listen closely.
Then, seasoned activist Eric Mills of Action for Animals will tell us about his long career fighting the rodeo industrial complex. His stories from the frontlines will surely blow your mind. (Please note: We are happy to offer a written transcript of this important interview with Eric.)
All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights.
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