Wednesday, November 23, 2016

ARZone Intersectionality Interview 18 – Sarah K. Woodcock

Episode 17 features Sarah K. Woodcock.

Sarah K. Woodcock is an intersectional vegan of colour living in Minnesota. We are honoured to have hosted Sarah for our inaugural podcast in this Intersectionality Interview series. She is the founder and Executive Director of TAVS - The Advocacy of Veganism Society. She joined us this time to speak about what’s happened in the United States since the recent presidential election there. Audio podcast, 39 minutes.


Links to resources mentioned in the interview:
Why white women voted for Trump
The rise of American authoritarianism
The rise of American authoritarianism, explained in 6 minutes - VIDEO
The DJT Resistance
Shaun King on Facebook
Showing Up for Racial Justice




Friday, November 18, 2016

ARZone Intersectionality Interview 17 – Robert Grillo

Episode 17 features the director of Free from Harm, Robert Grillo.

Robert Grillo is an activist, author and speaker. He is the director of Free from Harm, which he founded in 2009 to expose the effects of animal agriculture on other animals, vulnerable human communities and the environment. With a background in marketing communications, Robert is particularly interested in how popular culture creates the narratives that influence much of our behavior. His book, Farm to Fable: The Fictions of Our Animal-Consuming Culture (Vegan Publishers 2016), was written to explore that theme. Audio podcast, 15 minutes.



Monday, November 14, 2016

ARZone Intersectionality Interview 16 – xavi finix

Episode 16 features xavi finix.

xavi finix is an autistic transgender animal rights activist squatting in Dublin. xavi joined us to speak about ableism within the animal advocacy community, and about links between veganism, anarchy, and the queer liberation movement. Audio podcast, approx. 14 mins.

For more information on the “We are Each Other” series mentioned in this interview, please see HERE.



Thursday, November 3, 2016

ARZone Intersectionality Interview 15 - Judy Nadel and Damien Clarkson

Episode 15 features Judy Nadel and Damien Clarkson.

Judy Nadel and Damien Clarkson are the co-founders of Vevolution, a new vegan and conscious living festival staged in London on Saturday November 5, 2016. Judy and Damian are passionate about encouraging people to care about other animals and the environment, and believe that veganism is a social justice movement changing the world. Judy also works on promoting the work of other women via her platform Badass Women while Damian is Director of the creative agency, Growing Box, where he helps social change groups tell their stories. Audio podcast, 11 minutes.



Friday, October 21, 2016

ARZone Intersectionality Interview 14 - Laura Schleifer

Episode 14 features, for a second time, artist and activist Laura Schleifer.

A pro-intersectional vegan who regularly speaks publicly about the ways in which the struggle for human liberation intersects with the movement for the liberation of other animals, Laura rejoins us to talk about the manner in which PeTA choose to advertise. Audio podcast, 23 minutes.



Wednesday, October 19, 2016

ARZone Intersectionality Interview 13 – Katrina Fox

Episode 13 features journalist and author Katrina Fox.

Katrina Fox is the founder and editor of the vegan business blog VeganBusinessMedia.com, host of Vegan Business Talk podcast, and author of Vegan Ventures: Start and Grow an Ethical Business. She’s been vegan since 1996, and has had her ideas about the interconnections between human and other animal social justice featured in numerous books and articles. Her goal is to inform and inspire as many people as possible to embrace a vision of a world in which all beings are free to thrive. Audio podcast, 11 mins.



Tuesday, October 18, 2016

ARZone Intersectionality Interview 12 - Will Tuttle

Episode 12 features Dr. Will Tuttle.

Will is the author of the bestselling book, The World Peace Diet. He has been vegan since 1980, and is a former Dharma Master in the Zen Buddhist tradition. Will, along with his partner Madeleine - a Swiss visionary artist, has been travelling full time since 1995, bringing the message of radical inclusion and peace to humans all over the planet. If he could sum up his message in a simple phrase, it would be: Respect for all life. Audio podcast, 25 mins.