In today’s episode, we squawk about thrift stores, Doris Day on vinyl, and an environmental organization that is finally taking the plunge and discussing the extreme toll that animal production takes on our planet. Plus, there’s lots of Rising Anxieties today to chat about, as well as a look inside a children’s coloring book that might as well be called, “We Are Lying to the Children.”
Joining us today is David Neale, the Animal Welfare Director for Animals Asia, who will be discussing with us the horrific practice of drinking snake blood in Vietnam, and what animal advocates can do about it.
Then, we will also be joined by Alessandra Seiter, a young activist with a taste for veggies and a zest for spring, who will be giving us the inside scoop on the best veggies to look out for this season.
All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights.
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