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Episode 42: “An animal’s eyes have the power to speak a great language.”

By Jasmin and Mariann — October 30, 2010

Welcome to the 42nd episode of Our Hen House, featuring Nancy Perry, Kyle Knies, and a super special surprise guest!

In today’s episode, which happens to coincide with both Jasmin’s 31st birthday and World Go Vegan Week, we bring you our vegan tales from NYC: We’ll discuss the scrumptious grub that one NYC restaurant — Gustorganics — added in honor of Vegan Week. We’ll also talk about a novel Jasmin’s reading, Water for Elephants, that goes behind the scenes and into the cruel world of circuses. On the much sunnier side, in honor of Jasmin’s birthday, we will be joined by a very special surprise guest! Here’s a clue: She’s 86, recently went vegetarian, and her favorite nickname for Jasmin is “bubala.”

Also joining us today is longtime vegan and animal rights activist, the lovely Nancy Perry, who is the Vice President of Government Affairs for The Humane Society of the United States. Nancy will talk to us all about everything from the Farm Animal Stewardship Act, to the best vegan food in our nation’s capital.

Kyle Knies reviews The Birds from an AR perspective

Then — just in time for Halloween — for our review section, we will be joined by Our Hen House’s own reviewer, Kyle Knies, who will give you his take on Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds – from an animal rights perspective.

All that, vegan banter, and of course, tons of current events from the world of animal rights.

This week’s news items include:

“An animal’s eyes have the power to speak a great language.” -Martin Buber

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