In today’s episode, we will let you in on why Jasmin’s arm is going to be famous, and we’ll give you the secret ingredient in her homemade nut milk. We’ll ramble about the latest on the Our Hen House TV show – which is premiering this week (!) as part of Brooklyn Independent Media. And we’ll give you your fair share of this week’s “Rising Anxieties” – everything from ruminations on ex-vegans to what the industry says HSUS has in common with The Hunger Games.
Joining us today is champion vegan boxer, Omowale Adewale, who will be telling us all about his plans for making 100 people go vegan this year.
Then, activist and writer Mark Hawthorne will be back with us, this time to share with us a reading from his book, Bleating Hearts: The Hidden World of Animal Suffering.
All that, vegan banter, and — of course — current events from the world of animal rights.
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