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Miley, What’s Good? Veganism, Gender and Health

Freedom of Species Team 27 September 2020 2


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On this show we discuss singer Miley Cyrus announcing she is no longer vegan, as a starting point for broader conversations around veganism, animal advocacy, gender and health. Link for the article we discuss: https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/miley-cyrus-vegan-plant-based-brain-joe-rogan-podcast-liam-hemsworth-a9704201.html?amp Image from: roshnisanghvi.com

A weekly show hosted by Melbourne-based animal advocates, presenting local and international interviews, presentations, and music from this vibrant social justice movement.

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Animal Liberation and Vegan Songs – Part 1

Adam Cardilini 13 September 2020

A show dedicated to all the great songs out there about animals and veganism. This will be the first, but hopefully not the last.Music includes:Joy Askew, ‘I broke the LawTonya G, ‘The Voiceless’Yes, ‘Don’t kill the whale’Caffeine Heroes, ‘Animals’Universal PopLab, …continue

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Roger Yates 18 October 2020

This show features Roger Yates, an activist with the Vegan Information Project and sociologist, who discusses changing activism throughout the history of the animal movement, the role of veganism in animal activism and tips for avoiding activist burnout.  Links:Roger’s website: …continue

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Learnings From Animal Rebellion UK – 2019

Adam Cardilini and Dilan Fernando 11 October 2020

Dilan Fernando discusses how over 2019 the UK public become more attuned to the climate crisis than ever before. However, the public conversation largely ignored the environmental impacts of animal farming, and the need for animals to be included in society’s visions …continue

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