Season 1, Episode 18. In this episode, we hear from Iye. Iye speaks about the benefits of stepping away from the mainstream vegan movement. Instead, she focuses on local activism in her community, mainly with Plant the Power 614. Iye explains how a focus on the health aspects of veganism and food accessibility doesn’t necessarily mean compromising on animal ethics. She also sees a need for more exposure of the voices of black, indigenous, people of colour, for the movement to really move forward.
Iye on Instagram: @iye.loves.life
Plant the Power 614 – https://www.facebook.com/PlantthePower614/
A podcast exploring issues around speciesism and the struggle to dismantle it. Hosted by Tofu Steve, this Scottish-based podcast features guests from around the world. Various topics arising from speciesism, veganism and activism are discussed.
Beyond Species 10 May 2020
Season 1, Episode 17. In this episode, we hear from lauren, from the Food Empowerment Project. lauren explains how food justice is central to FEP’s advocacy for social justice for both human and nonhuman animals. We hear about some of …continue
Beyond Species 4 June 2020
Season 1, Episode 19. In this episode, we hear from Pinar. Pinar is a young anti oppression activist based in Toronto. She’s involved with the climate justice movement and a local grassroots animal liberation group. She tells us about some …continue