Gypsy speaks with ARZone about her work bringing the vegan message to children and young people, about how her work with humans who have special needs has informed her advocacy, about her new book "Turning Points in Compassion" which features interviews with more than 50 advocates and activists from around the world, and much more. Audio podcast, approx 46 minutes.
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Gypsy Wulff been teaching in various capacities for the past 37 years, first in primary schools, then working with adults with mental and physical disabilities, setting up programmes for them as part of the Adult Education Department in Tasmania, Australia. Since 1992, Gypsy has been living in Western Australia, where she is originally from.
Two years ago, Gypsy began compiling, from advocates for other animals from around the world, the stories and interviews that are collected in her new book “Turning Points in Compassion”. For a younger audience, Gypsy has also recently developed a series of Humane Education stories, accompanying activity books, and an interactive website for children called Kindness is Kool.
You can find Gypsy's books and other projects on the web at Turning Points in Compassion