On today’s episode, we discuss dinner party protocol as it relates to non-vegan guests; when food activism is better suited for vegan-friendly entrepreneurs; and, in “Rising Anxieties,” we’ll give you the latest additions to the world of oppressive children’s toys.
Joining us today is the outstanding animal activist and TV personality Simone Reyes, who will squawk all about her newest campaign to end the shipping of live chicks through the US Postal Service.
All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights. Speaking of current events, we have a special guest joining us for today’s news section: Nina Hauptman from Last Chance for Animals will tell us all about an emerging censorship dispute between their organization and the New York City MTA, regarding a billboard that was rejected based on the new MTA guidelines barring political advertising. You’ll want to hear this…
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