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Mar. 3, 2021 Carolyn Gary Francione has said that "Veganism is about nonviolence: nonviolence to other sentient beings; nonviolence to yourself; nonviolence to the earth." On today's show, we'll be exploring this idea in more detail.
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Feb. 24, 2021 Carolyn This week we'll hear Part Two of my interview with the abolitionist vegan Gülce Özen Gürkan. On this episode, Gülce tells me about her music to promote animal rights, how veganism has the power to change the world, and what her plans are for 2021.
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Feb. 17, 2021 Carolyn This week, we'll be listening to a re-broadcast of my interview with Gülce Özen Gürkan about the abolitionist vegan movement in Turkey and the importance of focusing on veganism rather than welfare reforms or single-issue campaigns.
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Feb. 10, 2021 Carolyn This week we'll be listening to an interview with Mariana Landeros Corona, who is an abolitionist vegan educator living in California. This interview is bilingual-- English and Spanish (inglés y español).
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Feb. 3, 2021 Carolyn This week, we'll be listening to a re-broadcast of my interview with the abolitionist vegan artist Marianna C. Gonzalez. This interview focuses on her art and translation work, the Abolitionist Approach to Animal Rights, and veganism in Mexico.
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Jan. 27, 2021 Carolyn On this week's episode, Professor Gary Francione discusses the state of the animal advocacy movement from the 1980's to the present day, the importance of nonviolence in the Abolitionist Approach, and the problem of domestication.
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Jan. 20, 2021 Carolyn This week, we'll be listening to a re-broadcast of my second interview with Elizabeth Collins, in which we discuss the importance of education and peace as these topics relate to the vegan movement.
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Jan. 13, 2021 Carolyn This week, Gülce Özen Gürkan discusses the abolitionist vegan movement in Turkey and the importance of veganism being a grassroots movement rather than one dominated by corporate charities. We also listen to her song, "My Vegan Friend".
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Jan. 6, 2021 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.
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Dec. 30, 2020 Carolyn This week we'll be listening to a re-broadcast of my interview with Greg McFarlane, director of Vegan Australia, about the state of the vegan movement in Australia and the ways that vegans are represented by the media.
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Dec. 23, 2020 Carolyn This week's episode features an interview with Liora Raphael and Glenn Saks, authors of the vegan children's book "Happy Animals: Friends Not Food".
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Dec. 16, 2020 Carolyn This week, we'll be listening to a re-broadcast of my second interview with Gad Hakimi, designer of the International Vegan Flag. In this interview, Gad tells me about veganism in Israel and some recent sightings of the vegan flag around the world.
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Dec. 9, 2020 Carolyn Daniella and Adam (UK Vegan Family) return to the show to discuss their work promoting veganism, advocating against anti-vegan discrimination, and creating a network of vegan families.
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Dec. 2, 2020 Carolyn Elizabeth Collins, host of New Zealand Vegan Podcast, returns to the show to discuss why animal rights advocates should focus on vegan education instead of confrontational tactics.
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Nov. 25, 2020 Carolyn This week, we will listen to a re-broadcast of my interview with the scholar Fiona Probyn-Rapsey, discussing the political situation regarding dingoes in Australia and how violence against dingoes is driven, in large part, by the sheep industry.
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Nov. 18, 2020 Carolyn This week, Greg McFarlane, director of an organization called Vegan Australia, tells me about the state of the vegan movement in Australia. He also speaks about how a shift to a vegan society would affect the Australian environment and economy.
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Nov. 11, 2020 Carolyn Today we'll be listening to a re-broadcast of my interview with Tim Thorpe, Campaigns and Policy Officer of the Vegan Society and the UK.
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Nov. 4, 2020 Carolyn This week, Gad Hakimi (designer of the International Vegan Flag) returns to the show to give updates on the progress of animal advocacy and veganism in Israel. He also highlights some of the places where the vegan flag has been used recently.
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Oct. 28, 2020 Carolyn On this week's show, Kriti Sachdeva explains the connections between the philosophy of yoga and the vegan ethic. CKCU's annual funding drive is currently happening!
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Oct. 21, 2020 Carolyn Today we'll hear my interview with Tim Thorpe, Campaigns and Policy Officer of the Vegan Society. In this interview, Tim speaks about veganism, the environment, farming, and food policy in the UK and Europe.
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Oct. 14, 2020 Carolyn This week, we'll be listening to a re-broadcast of my second interview with Sandra Higgins, founder and director of Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary in Ireland.
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Oct. 7, 2020 Carolyn This week, we'll be listening to a re-broadcast of my interview with the vegan sociologists Kate Stewart and Matthew Cole, who discuss the ways that animals are depicted in children's stories.
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Sep. 30, 2020 Carolyn This week, Fiona Probyn-Rapsey discusses the politics surrounding violence against dingoes in Australia and how this is connected to violence against sheep. She also speaks about the field of human-animal studies and vegan scholarship.
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Sep. 23, 2020 Carolyn Professor Natalie Khazaal discusses her research on how the mainstream media perpetuates speciesist ideas about animals, and she tells me how journalists can report on animals' stories more responsibly. This interview was originally broadcast in May 2020.
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Sep. 16, 2020 Carolyn This week, the vegan sociologist David Nibert speaks about how animal exploitation, human violence, capitalism, and colonialism are interconnected.
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Sep. 9, 2020 Carolyn This week on Always for Animal Rights, the vegan sociologist Zoei Sutton speaks about Emancipatory Animal Sociology, and then we discuss the ethical problems with keeping other animals as "pets".
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Sep. 2, 2020 Carolyn Today we'll be listening to a re-broadcast of my interview with the vegan artist Lynda Bell. Lynda's paintings depict a vegan world in which all animals have been liberated from oppression. This episode was originally aired in May 2020.
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Aug. 26, 2020 Carolyn This week, Professor John Sanbonmatsu returns to the show to discuss a book chapter he wrote, titled "The Animal of Bad Faith: Speciesism as an Existential Project".
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Aug. 19, 2020 Carolyn This week, we'll be listening to a re-broadcast of my second interview with the vegan sociologist Roger Yates, who speaks about the founding and early history of the vegan social movement.
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Aug. 12, 2020 Carolyn This week, we will hear my interview with the scholar, punk singer, and animal liberation activist Lisa Barca.
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Aug. 5, 2020 Carolyn This week, Justin Van Kleeck speaks about providing sanctuary to rescued chickens.
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Jul. 29, 2020 Carolyn This week, Professor Vasile Stanescu returns to the show to discuss the connections between speciesism and other forms of oppression. He also explains why vegan activists should oppose capitalism.
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Jul. 22, 2020 Carolyn Today we'll hear an abridged version of my interview with the scholar Gary Francione, who explains the Abolitionist Approach to animal rights and why veganism is a moral imperative.
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Jul. 15, 2020 Carolyn In this episode, the scholar Gary Francione explains what the Abolitionist Approach to animal rights is, why veganism is a moral imperative, and what the coronavirus pandemic tells us about humans' relationship with nonhuman animals.
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Jul. 8, 2020 Carolyn This week's guest, Lisa Barca, is a scholar, professor, punk singer, and animal liberation activist living in Arizona. In this interview, she speaks about her research on how the media reinforces speciesism. We also discuss her animal rights music.
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Jul. 1, 2020 Carolyn This week on Always for Animal Rights, we will hear from Daniella and Adam, who are raising their son as a vegan in the UK.
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Jun. 24, 2020 Carolyn This week, the vegan sociologist Roger Yates returns to the show to speak about the origins and early history of the vegan social movement.
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Jun. 17, 2020 Carolyn Re-broadcast: On this week's show, Elizabeth Collins of NZ Vegan tells me about the Abolitionist Approach to animal rights, and we discuss some of the problems with single-issue campaigning.
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Jun. 10, 2020 Carolyn This week, the sociologists Matthew Cole and Kate Stewart will discuss the way nonhuman animals are depicted in children's stories, and how this often reinforces (but sometimes challenges) the exploitation of animals.
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Jun. 3, 2020 Carolyn Today we'll hear a re-broadcast of a 2019 interview with Sandra Higgins about the Go Vegan World campaign. Then, Professor Natalie Khazaal will discuss her upcoming book about refugees, migration, and speciesism.
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May. 27, 2020 Carolyn This week's show features an interview with Lynda Bell, a full-time artist and vegan living in New Zealand. Lynda's colourful paintings and illustrations depict a vegan world in which all animals, nonhuman and human, live together in peace.
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May. 20, 2020 Carolyn Professor Natalie Khazaal discusses her research on both crude and camouflaged speciesism in mainstream news media, and she explains how journalists can report on stories concerning nonhuman animals more responsibly.
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May. 13, 2020 Carolyn This week, professors John Sanbonmatsu and Vasile Stanescu explain why "lab meat" is not going to save animals, and why animal advocates shouldn't promote it. Promote veganism, instead! :)
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May. 6, 2020 Carolyn Today on the show is Part Two of my interview with Sandra Higgins of Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary. Then, we'll listen to part of my past interview with the animal rights sociologist Corey Lee Wrenn.
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Apr. 29, 2020 Carolyn The writer Chas Newkey-Burden discusses why vegan activism needs to focus on animal rights, rather than the promotion of plant-based products.
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Apr. 22, 2020 Carolyn This week on Always for Animal Rights, the independent scholar and animal liberation activist Zipporah Weisberg discusses Critical Animal Studies, feminism, animal liberation, and the harms of biotechnology.
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Apr. 8, 2020 Carolyn On this week's show, Elizabeth Collins of NZ Vegan tells me about the Abolitionist Approach to animal rights, and we discuss some of the problems with single-issue campaigning.
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Apr. 1, 2020 Carolyn The sociologist Roger Yates discusses the difference between rights-based and welfarist messaging, and he speaks about the effect that the Animal Liberation Front had when he was a Press Officer for the ALF in the 1980's.
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Mar. 25, 2020 Carolyn Sandra Higgins speaks about the importance of sanctuaries in the animal rights movement, and she explains how the individuals at Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary inspired the Go Vegan World campaign.
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Mar. 18, 2020 Carolyn The sociologist and animal rights activist Roger Yates discusses rights-based animal rights and the importance of grassroots vegan activism.
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Mar. 4, 2020 Carolyn Ronnie Lee discusses what the animal right movement needs to do to work to end the oppression of nonhuman animals, emphasizing the importance of local vegan education groups.
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Feb. 19, 2020 Carolyn This week, Sandra Higgins, the founder and director of Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary and Go Vegan World, speaks about the sanctuary and the nonhuman animals who live there.
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Feb. 5, 2020 Carolyn Ronnie Lee, founder of the Animal Liberation Front, discusses ALF history and the new definition of veganism.
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Jan. 22, 2020 Carolyn Today on the show we'll be discussing vegan businesses, social justice, anti-speciesist language, and more!
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Jan. 8, 2020 Carolyn Today the sociologist Dr. Corey Lee Wrenn explains how professionalized animal advocacy nonprofits ignore and suppress the radical, abolitionist vegan message, and how this “watering down” of the vegan message is harmful to our movement.
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Dec. 18, 2019 Carolyn Today on Always for Animal Rights, we'll hear from Dawn Moncrief, the founder of a plant-based hunger relief organization called A Well-Fed World. We'll also hear a couple of animal rights songs!
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Dec. 4, 2019 Carolyn What is speciesism, and how can we dismantle it in our everyday lives? The founder of the Challenge Speciesism initiative explains.
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Nov. 20, 2019 Carolyn Jo-Anne McArthur, an award-winning photojournalist who documents the lives of non-human animals, tells me about her work and shares her insights about the animal rights movement.
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Nov. 6, 2019 Carolyn This week on Always for Animal Rights, Carolyn interviews Queen V, a vegan singer-songwriter based in the UK. And CKCU's Funding Drive is happening now!
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Oct. 23, 2019 Carolyn Dominika Piasecka explains what the Vegan Society does and why vegans don't eat honey. Then, Shaun Hofer speaks about how the Alberta government is trying to repress animal rights activists.
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Oct. 9, 2019 Carolyn On today's show is an interview with Shaun Hofer about an animal bill of rights that would guarantee non-human animals the right to not exploited or killed by humans. After that, we'll hear from Jeanette Rowley of the International Rights Network.
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Sep. 25, 2019 Carolyn Today on Always for Animal Rights, we will listen to Part 2 of Carolyn's interview with Angel Flinn, the Communications Manager of Be Fair Be Vegan. Also, we'll hear some of the animal rights music of Stephanie Valentin.
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Sep. 11, 2019 Carolyn For today's show, Carolyn interviewed Angel Flinn, Communications Manager of Be Fair Be Vegan.
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Aug. 28, 2019 Carolyn This week's show features an interview with Sandra Higgins, the founder and director of Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary and the Go Vegan World Campaign.
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Aug. 14, 2019 Carolyn This week on Always for Animal Rights, hear the latest animal rights news, learn about the upcoming Animal Liberation Toronto Conference, and listen to some animal rights music!
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Jul. 31, 2019 Carolyn This week's episode of Always for Animal Rights will feature a discussion on human overpopulation and animal rights with Ruth and Marcus, co-hosts of the UK-based radio show The Species Barrier.
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Jul. 17, 2019 Carolyn Today's episode of Always for Animal Rights features an interview with Gad Hakimi, lead designer of the International Vegan Flag.
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Jul. 3, 2019 Carolyn This first episode of Always for Animal Rights will feature an interview with Sorin and Alyssa, two of the co-founders of Vegan Option Canada.
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