Welcome to the 288th episode of Our Hen House, a place to find our way to change the world for animals.
Today we continue to feature the informational chats — otherwise known as “Ramblings” — that we have at the start of each episode of the Our Hen House TV show, a co-production with Brooklyn Independent Media.
In this episode, we’ll feature our “Ramblings” from Episodes 6 through 10 of the TV show, where we discuss animal rights themes in film; the efficacy of petitions; Mother’s Day; what an all-vegan world might look like; vegan eats in Basel, Switzerland; and more.
To curate these segments, we welcome back Our Hen House’s own Media Coordinator Alessandra Seiter, of the blog Chickpeas & Change.
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“People get used to anything. The less you think about your oppression, the more your tolerance for it grows. After a while, people just think oppression is the normal state of things.” ~Assata Shakur.
Episode 288: “People get used to anything. The less you think about your oppression, the more your tolerance for it grows. After a while, people just think oppression is the normal state of things.”