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Wednesday January 6th, 2021 with Carolyn
This week, tune in to hear my interview with the Mexican vegan artist Marianna C. Gonzalez, who speaks to me about her art and translation work, the Abolitionist Approach to Animal Rights, and the vegan movement in Mexico.

This week, I am pleased to present my interview with Marianna C. Gonzalez. Marianna, who lives in Mexico, creates art that promotes animal rights and veganism, with a focus on the Abolitionist Approach to Animal Rights. Marianna's work has been featured by Gary Francione’s Abolitionist Approach Facebook Page, and she was featured in the book Advocate for Animals! by Gary Francione and Anna Charlton. Marianna translated Gary and Anna’s book Eat Like You Care into Spanish. Her blog can be found at In this interview, we discuss what the Abolitionist Approach is about, how art can be used as advocacy to make a difference in the world, why it’s important to read a text slowly in order to deeply understand it, and how the vegan movement is currently faring in Mexico. You can find more of Marianna's animal rights artwork on her Facebook page. Thanks to Marianna for being a guest on the show! Links: The Six Principles of the Abolitionist Approach to Animal Rights: Marianna's blog: Facebook page for Marianna's artwork: Facebook page for the Abolitionist Approach: Eat Like You Care (book): Advocate for Animals (book): Farm to Fable (book by Robert Grillo): (it's also available on Amazon) Always for Animal Rights blog:
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4:32 PM, January 6th, 2021