Welcome to the 285th episode of Our Hen House, a place to find our way to change the world for animals.
Today’s episode marks a whole new world for the podcast, since it’s the first time that Jasmin and Mariann have handed over their hosting powers to somebody else — that’s me, Alessandra Seiter, OHH’s Media Coordinator! I’m thrilled to welcome three powerhouse activists who are working at the intersections of animal liberation, feminism, anti-racism, and every other awesome movement that we need to support in order to transform our society into one that is truly just for all beings.
I’ll speak with queer activist and prison abolitionist Hana Low of the Colorado Anti-Violence Program; the Black Feminist Blogger herself Aph Ko; and Jacqueline Morr, founder and editor of the feminist vegan zine Project Intersect.
Finally, joining me to introduce our interviewees is my fellow vegan activist, classmate, and good friend Kaden Maguire, who works at both Catskill Animal Sanctuary and Treeline Cheese.
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