Welcome to the 243rd episode of Our Hen House, a place to find our way to change the world for animals.
Today we’re bringing you more of our favorite interviews from the Our Hen House TV Show, a co-production with Brooklyn Independent Media. You’ll hear from five powerful changemaking women, including wildlife rehabilitator Adair Moran[transcript], co-founder of the Woodstock Farm Animal SanctuaryJenny Brown, poet Gretchen Primack[transcript of Jenny Brown and Gretchen Primack], novelist Robin Lamont[transcript], and MooShoes co-founder Erica Kubersky [transcript]. Plus, we welcome back OHH’s continually fantastic Alessandra Seiter (of Farmers Market Vegan) to curate these interviews.
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“Poor animals, how jealously they guard their bodies, for to us is merely an evening’s meal, but to them is life itself.” -T. Casey Brennan