Wednesday September 28th, 2022 with Carolyn Harris
This week, the animal rights advocate Wendy McGovern joins me on the show to speak about respecting animals' rights and creating a vegan world.
This week, I am pleased to present my interview with the animal rights activist Wendy McGovern. Wendy has been a vegan since about 1997. She has been involved in a variety of vegan and animal advocacy initiatives over the years, including hosting the London Animal Rights March in 2021. She is the host of the Thrive Vegan World podcast and a co-panelist on the Animal Rights Show on YouTube. In this interview, Wendy shares her story of becoming vegan, and she tells me about her motivation and experiences as a vegan podcast host. We also discuss the “Why Love One But Eat The Other?” argument for going vegan; why vivisection (like all other forms of animal exploitation) is fundamentally unethical; how the animal rights movement has changed over the years; and how we can work towards a vegan world. Wendy also shares her reading recommendations and describes the best thing about being vegan.
Katie Veg -
Hi! I read something today, thought of AFAR - which i listen to occasionally - and scrolled through all you playlists and didn't see mention of this: "Kendra Coulter, a leading scholar in this area of research, who has written multiple books on the subject, and tries to get animal rights activists to think about labour, and labour activists to think about animals, as an attempt to highlight the points of connection between the two and bridge the gaps." https://readpassage.com/the-work-and-labour-of-humans-and-animals-are-interconnected/
3:17 PM, October 3rd, 2022