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Meghan Street – Connecting Animal Activism with Environmental Movements

Meghan Street 29 September 2019 6


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On this show we’re joined by activist Meghan Street, host of Green Left Radio on 3CR, who discusses the recent Global Strike For Climate marches and how vegan activists can better connect with environmental and Left movements. Meghan also covers how the desire for constant growth harms the environment and the other animals we share it with. You can listen to Green Left Radio on 3CR every Friday from 7 to 8:30am plus catch up on shows here: https://www.3cr.org.au/greenleftweeklyradio On this show we play a little bit of journalist Naomi Klein speaking on Democracy Now. You can listen to this episode of Democracy Now here: https://www.democracynow.org/shows/2019/9/17 Photo from: https://www.veganaustralia.org.au/clear_vegan_message_at_climate_marches

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