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Wednesday September 15th, 2021 with Carolyn Harris
This week, the vegan advocate Sarina Farb speaks about what it was like growing up in a vegan family. We also discuss corporate influence over scientific research and why lab-grown meat is not a solution to the problem of animal exploitation.

This week, I am pleased to present my interview with the vegan advocate Sarina Farb. Sarina lives in the Midwestern United States and has been a vegan for her entire life. She is the host of the YouTube channel Born Vegan and the host of the Science is Gray podcast. She previously served as the international liaison for the filmmaking organization Tribe of Heart, and she was a co-founder and co-host of the 2020 Climate Diet Summit. Sarina holds degrees in biochemistry and policy studies and formerly was a high school science teacher. In this interview, Sarina speaks about her experiences growing up in a vegan family. She explains how these experiences have influenced the way she views the world, why she never wanted to stop being vegan, and why it isn’t fair to accuse vegan parents of "forcing" their children to be vegan. We also discuss why Sarina started her science podcast, how corporations influence scientific research, and why lab-grown meat is not the solution to the problem of animal exploitation. Born Vegan YouTube channel: Science is Gray podcast: Always for Animal Rights blog:
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Excellent interview...thank you!

5:20 PM, September 19th, 2021