Welcome to the 275th episode of Our Hen House, featuring an interview with the No New Animal campaign, a film review by Noah Gittell, and a special appearance by Neal Sehgal.
Joining us today for our feature interview are the folks behind No New Animal, a campaign to stop the construction of the University of Washington’s Animal Research and Care Facility. Then, film critic and animal activist Noah Gittell will give us the story behind the new film White God, about an abandoned dog who joins a canine revolt against his human abusers. As a bonus interview, Neal Sehgal, from Evolve for Animals, will talk about his organization’s grassroots efforts to change the world for animals.
All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights. Oh, and lots of Rising Anxieties, too.
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