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Animal Voices

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Covering the local, national, global, and politically diverse campaigns, struggles and victories of the animal liberation movement. Tune in for interviews with a broad spectrum of activists and academics working toward the liberation of animals, social justice, and environmental health. Animal Voices strives to shine a light on the issues around the taking of animal lives for human pleasure. Vast archive of shows (1996-present) on website.

  • Standing Strong Against Trophy Hunters and Industrial Giants with Tommy Knowles of the Wildlife Defense League
    14 Oct 2014 at 8:00am
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  • Storytelling as a Form of Resistance: Coco Riot on Mythology, Spanish Nationality and Extinction
    Coco Riot by Nuria Ayarra Coco Riot, a queer Spanish artist believes art is not a tool for social change but social change itself. “I feel that my art practice deals with a lot of powerful, mythical creatures oppressed by society in a labyrinth of rules and punishments,” says Coco. Symbolic imagery is something Coco is drawn to in order to tell (... More)
    9 Sep 2014 at 8:00am
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  • You can’t humanewash genocide. Riaz Sayani-Mulji on Israel’s Use of Vegan Propaganda to Normalize Apartheid, Genocide, and Ethnic Cleansing
    Israel's claims to be leading the vegan revolution with vegan tourism, sympathetic politicians, misanthropic intellectuals, and accommodations for soldiers in the Israel Defence Forces. What does veganism have to do with what is going on in Palestine? Although there is seemingly a growing movement for animals in Israel, it is important to recognize (... More)
    2 Sep 2014 at 8:00am
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  • Mapping the Extinction of the Passenger Pigeon Through Colonization: An Interview with Ecologist Stuart Pimm
    “Martha,” the last known passenger pigeon. Photo by Carl Hansen, Smithsonian Institution, 1985 The passenger pigeon once numbered in the billions in North America. However, due to habitat loss resulting from european settlement, deforestation, and overhunting; the passenger pigeon population in North America fragmented and never recovered. Stuart Pimm (... More)
    5 Aug 2014 at 8:00am
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  • Counter Narratives: scott crow on Anarchism, Pragmatic Ethics, and Going Beyond Vegan Consumerism
    Building on ideas of larger struggles, crow discusses the philosophy of anarchism and the practical applications it has – how can anarchism create a framework for asking questions and challenge ourselves to envision different futures in which we don't have all of the solutions. Crow draws on his experience with Common Ground Collective, which was built (... More)
    29 Jul 2014 at 8:00am
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  • What Does The Prairie Dog Say? Con Slobodchikoff, Author of Chasing Doctor Dolittle, on Animal Language
    For a long time, people thought a prairie dog chirp just meant “Danger!” Then Con Slobodchikoff recorded the chirps, slowed them down and analyzed them. Turns out they mean more like “The tall man in the red shirt is coming this way again and this time there's a dog with him!” How many other animals might have complex forms of communication, if we made (... More)
    14 Jul 2014 at 8:00am
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  • Finding Points of Unity: Darius Mirshahi Gets Us Ready for the Peoples’ Social Forum
    Mirshahi a.k.a. Testament In August, activists representing the whole gamut of social justice causes will converge on Ottawa for the Peoples' Social Forum. Co-organizer Darius Mirshahi reports that over 10,000 people are expected to attend! Organized around themes such as food, climate, and impoverishment, the 4-day event will include workshops, assemblies, (... More)
    17 Jun 2014 at 8:00am
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  • For People Who Love Animals And Numbers: An Interview With “Counting Animals” Blogger Harish Sethu
    How many animals do you save each year by going vegetarian? Does factory farming make meat cheaper? Who's more animal-friendly, Democrats or Republicans? Are well-funded animal rights lobbyists drowning out the voice of the poor old meat industry in public debate? These are just a few of the questions Harish Sethu tackles on his blog, Counting Animals. (... More)
    10 Jun 2014 at 8:00am
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  • Dylan Powell on Veganism in Occupied Territories
    First up, Hannah Lachnit tells us about the activities Marineland Animal Defense has planned for the summer. The group is pressuring Marineland, a tourist attraction in Niagara Falls, to place the animals currently there into sanctuaries and reinvent itself as a park without exploited captive animals. Photo from ontarioplaques.com Then, AV welcomes (... More)
    13 May 2014 at 8:00am
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  • 50 Years of the Hunt Saboteurs Association
    Hunters, horses and hounds vs. a lone, terrified fox. If you think that sounds one-sided, you're not alone: the Hunt Saboteurs Association is marking 50 years of stepping in on the side of the animals. From laying false scent trails to sounding confusing signals with hunting horns, “sabs” do whatever they can to confound the hunt. Animal Voices is (... More)
    29 Apr 2014 at 8:00am
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  • Fashionably Vegan Part II: Joshua Katcher of The Discerning Brute and Brave GentleMan
    In part 2 of our series on vegans in the fashion world, Animal Voices welcomes Joshua Katcher, blogger at The Discerning Brute and creator of the fashion line Brave GentleMan. “We tend to look at the fashion industry and write it off as frivolous,” says Katcher, and yet human demands for particular materials and low prices have enormous impacts on (... More)
    8 Apr 2014 at 8:00am
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  • Fashionably Vegan Part I: Leanne Mai-ly Hilgart of Vaute Couture
    AV listeners have probably known for a long time that nothing is more attractive than compassion. Now the fashion world is starting to catch on too, thanks in part to Leanne Mai-ly Hilgart. In 2008, Hilgart quit her MBA and her modeling career to start Vaute Couture. She quickly made a splash with vegan dress coats made to handle Chicago winters. In (... More)
    25 Mar 2014 at 8:00am
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  • Esther: Wonder Pig in the City! Plus, Cookbook Meets Comic Book in The Vegan Zombie: Cook & Survive
    Derek Walter and Steve Jenkins didn't know what they were getting into when they welcomed Esther the “micropig” into their home. Smart and full of mischief, Esther quickly turned her bacon-eating guardians into vegans. And as she grew — and grew and grew — the little Facebook page Derek and Steve had set up to share Esther's adventures with their friends (... More)
    18 Mar 2014 at 8:00am
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  • Dreams Can Become True: Claudio Pomo Reflects on the Green Hill Beagle Liberation
    Photo by Animal Equality You've probably seen the pictures: beagle puppies being lifted past barbed wire, passed to waiting hands. The day was April 28, 2012, and a demonstration outside the Green Hill dog breeding facility in Italy spontaneously turned into a daylight raid. 70 dogs were brought out; eventually, Green Hill was shut down and all 3,000 (... More)
    11 Mar 2014 at 8:11am
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  • We All Have Something to Fear: Rachel Meeropol on Challenging the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act
    Does organizing a boycott or picketing a store make you a terrorist? Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. Photo by NNECAPA Rachel Meeropol is lead counsel of a court challenge to the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act (AETA). The lawsuit claims that the AETA is so vague that it potentially applies to anyone who speaks out against cruel practices, documents (... More)
    4 Mar 2014 at 8:00am
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  • Portraits of Grief: Author Franceen Neufeld and Artist Kelli Clifton
    Animal Voices welcomes Franceen and Calvin Neufeld, author and editor, respectively, of Suffering Eyes: A Chronicle of Awakening. Presented in journal form, the book explores Franceen's grief, rage, and guilt as she grapples with issues of animal suffering. We will also touch on coping with the dynamics within families that are at different points in (... More)
    11 Feb 2014 at 8:00am
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  • Meatonomics Author Dave Simon on the Rigged Economics of Meat and Dairy
    If you're an average-earning American, Dave Simon calculates that you give a $1500 gift to the meat and dairy industries every year, as part of your taxes. How do you feel about that? Simon, a lawyer, vegan, and author of Meatonomics, joins us to talk about the economics behind meat and dairy. Over the last 75 years, these industries have worked hard (... More)
    4 Feb 2014 at 8:00am
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  • Dine Gently, Live Wisely, Make a Difference: Victoria Moran on Being a Main Street Vegan
    Animal Voices welcomes Victoria Moran, author, speaker, health counsellor, and founder of the Main Street Vegan Academy. The Adademy trains vegans to be educators and lifestyle coaches; its board of advisors and its roster of instructors reads like a who's-who of the vegan movement. Moran's road to vegan educator was a winding one. Growing up in Kansas (... More)
    21 Jan 2014 at 8:00am
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  • 2013: The Year in Review
    Join us for a look back at some highlights from 2013. We'll hear filmmaker Karol Orzechowski describe going undercover as an animal dealer in Laos. Laura Broxson tells us how the National Animal Rights Association in Ireland convinced dozens of High Street shops in Dublin to stop selling fur. Gabriela Cowperthwaite talks about the success of her documentary (... More)
    14 Jan 2014 at 8:00am
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  • Dying for Trophies and Trinkets: Threats to Bears, Rhinos, Elephants, and Tigers
    At the top of the hour, we hear from Douglas Neasloss about the Bears Forever project and the ban on trophy hunting in B.C.'s Great Bear Rainforest. The provincial government disputes First Nations authority in the area, and claims that trophy hunting—a gruesome practice in which people kill a bear and cut off his head and paws—has huge economic value. (... More)
    17 Dec 2013 at 8:00am
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  • V is for Vegan: Author Ruby Roth Teaches the ABCs of Kindness to Animals
    Should we be learning compassion for animals at the same time as our ABCs?  Absolutely, says author/illustrator Ruby Roth. Her new book, V is for Vegan, gives children ages 3 and up a funny, joyful introduction to veganism in 26 sentences. Roth shares with us the surprisingly insightful question she hears most often from children — as well as what she (... More)
    3 Dec 2013 at 8:00am
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  • Live to Work: Labour Studies Professor Kendra Coulter Examines Work By Animals and Work With Animals
    Do you think a therapy dog might love his job? How about a racehorse? Dr. Kendra Coulter is teaching the first-ever Labour Studies course focused on nonhuman animals at a major university. From horses who get “flipped” like real estate until they finally go to slaughter, to grooms who die in poverty after careers caring for champion racehorses, Coulter (... More)
    26 Nov 2013 at 8:00am
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  • You’re Safe, You’re Home, You Matter: Kathy Stevens of Catskill Animal Sanctuary
    In 2001, Kathy Stevens walked away from a career in teaching, bought a junkyard, and transformed it into a 110-acre animal sanctuary. Since then, Catskill Animal Sanctuary has cared for over 3,000 animals rescued from situations of cruelty and hoarding. Still a teacher at heart, Kathy runs camps for children, does outreach in schools, and holds cooking (... More)
    15 Oct 2013 at 8:00am
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  • Filmmaker Rob Stewart Wants to Save The Humans (And Everyone Else). Plus, Animal Rights Events Across Southern Ontario
    If you have any doubt that southern Ontario is a hotbed of activism for animals, this show will prove it to you! In a whirlwind tour, we will hear from: Hannah Lachnit, an organizer of Festival for the Animals, which includes demonstrations at 3 captive animal parks plus a conference at Brock University; Mike Nicholson, an organizer of Pigfest (compassionate (... More)
    1 Oct 2013 at 8:00am
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  • Life in Prison for Killer Whales: Gabriela Cowperthwaite, Director of Blackfish, on the Tragedy of Marine Parks
    Gabriela Cowperthwaite was a regular “mother who took her kids to Seaworld”… then Tilikum the orca killed trainer Dawn Brancheau, and Cowperthwaite set out to understand why. The result is the documentary film Blackfish. Featuring former trainers who started out idealistic but came to realize they were part of a “depraved” industry, the film exposes (... More)
    17 Sep 2013 at 8:00am
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