Welcome to the 294th episode of Our Hen House, featuring Sarah Lucas of Australia for Dolphins, a review of Unity by Robin Lamont, and special appearances by Rena Herndobler, Josh Meckel, and Steve Augustine.
On today’s episode, we will squawk about our recent trip to Spokane, WA where we spoke at the VegFest there. Shedding light on the animal rights and vegan scenes in Spokane (and in neighboring Idaho) will be Rena Herndobler, Josh Meckel, and Steve Augustine.
Our feature interview today is with Sarah Lucas of Australia for Dolphins. Writer Robin Lamont (author of the new book, The Trap) will then give us her take on the new documentary, Unity — made by Shaun Monson, the filmmaker behind Earthlings.
All that, vegan banter, plenty of “Rising Anxieties,” and, of course, current events from the world of animal rights. As always, the Our Hen House podcast is co-hosted by us —Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan.
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Let’s get squawking!