Welcome to the 276th episode of Our Hen House, featuring an interview with Wayne Pacelle and a review by Kirsten Bayes.
On today’s episode, we squawk about why Mariann refuses to come to any of Jasmin’s races; how veganism is sometimes contagious even when we don’t realize it; and why we recently ate more than our fair share of doughnuts.
Joining us today is the incredible Wayne Pacelle, President and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States, who will share his remarkable insights on the current state of animal rights, as well as offer his predictions for tomorrow. We’ll also welcome British activist Kirsten Bayes, who will share her thoughts on the 25th anniversary reissue of the Soy Not Oi cookbook.
All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights — and lots of Rising Anxieties, too!
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