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Gary Francione explains why veganism is a moral imperative

Always for Animal Rights 16 July 2020 21


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Episode 32 of Always for Animal Rights features my recent interview with the animal rights scholar Gary Francione, professor of philosophy and law at Rutgers University in New Jersey. Gary Francione has been a vegan since the 1980’s and is most well-known for his work developing the Abolitionist App….

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Always for Animal Rights is Ottawa's first radio show about animal rights, veganism, and activism and includes interviews and music from a vegan and anti-speciesist perspective.

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Interview with scholar, punk singer, and animal liberation activist Lisa Barca

Always for Animal Rights 9 July 2020

This week on Always for Animal Rights, I am pleased to present my recent interview with Lisa Barca . Lisa is the lead singer of Scarlet Rescue , an all-vegan punk/alternative band with the tagline “Rock for All-Species Liberation!” She …continue

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Fiona Probyn-Rapsey discusses the politics surrounding violence against dingoes in Australia

Always for Animal Rights 1 October 2020

This week’s episode features my interview with Fiona Probyn-Rapsey , Professor of Humanities at the University of Wollongong in Australia. Fiona is a leading scholar in the field of Human-Animal Studies (also known as Animal Studies), which is an academic …continue

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David Nibert speaks about the connections between animal oppression, human violence, and capitalism

Always for Animal Rights 17 September 2020

This week’s episode features my recent interview with the sociologist David Nibert, Professor of Sociology at Wittenberg University in Ohio. David is the author of two books about the entanglements of animal oppression and human violence, and he is the …continue

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