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ARZone exists to help educate vegans and non-vegans alike about the obligations human beings have toward all other animals. By providing a space for a variety of blog posts, forum discussions, notes, videos and more, ARZone fosters a sense of community among its members. Through live online chats as well as through recorded audio podcasts with a diversity of people who work both within and outside of the animal advocacy community, ARZone supports respectful and rational discourse and intelli ...
 
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In this interview we were very pleased to welcome our special guests, Trev Weeden and Kristy Alger. Trev has been an active member in the animal movement since becoming vegan in 2016. Co-organiser for the March to Close All Slaughterhouses since 2017, and co-organiser for both the World Day for the End of Speciesism march in 2017 and the Dominion M…
 
In this interview we were joined by budding business sensation, Omari McQueen. Omari, who is already an award winning chef, has always had a passion for cooking, and started his own You Tube channel called “The Mari Maker Show”, as well as his own vegan business, Dipalicious, all by the age of ten! Omari’s dips are not only delicious, he makes them…
 
In this interview we were pleased to welcome Phoebe Frampton to ARZone. Phoebe is a vegan activist and artist and has been organising various activism events and campaigns within the vegan movement for 7 years. She and her sister together founded activism groups ‘London Vegan Actions’ and then ‘The Earthlings Experience’ which became a new form of …
 
In this interview we were pleased to welcome back to ARZone, Jeremy Hess. Jeremy is a rights-based advocate, who creates content for social media to inspire us to respect other animals and to be thoughtful about our advocacy.He volunteers at FRIEND Farm Animal Sanctuary, writes for the Vegan Publishers Facebook page, mentors new vegans, and runs Ve…
 
In this interview we were delighted to welcome Farrah Rainfly back to ARZone. Farrah is one of the founding directors of Life after Hummus Community Benefit Society, a BME-Led London-based social enterprise who are on a mission to pioneer nutrition and lifestyle intervention solutions for a changing health and care landscape to improve the physical…
 
In this interview we were very happy to welcome back to ARZone, Dr. Casey Taft. Casey is co-owner of Vegan Publishers and Professor of Psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine. He’s an internationally recognised psychologist and clinical researcher, winning prestigious awards for his work. He has published over 100 journal articles, book …
 
In this new series of ARZone interviews, working with Vegfest UK we were very excited to begin the series with our special guest, Trent Grassian. Trent is a full-time researcher who has spent over a decade working in the fields of anti-racism, LGBTQIA+ liberation, disability rights, and animal advocacy. He recently completed a PhD in Social Policy …
 
In this interview we welcomed our special guest, Farrah Rainfly. Farrah is a Food for Life instructor with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine and the founding director of Social Enterprise Lifeafterhummus., a London-based BME led Community Benefit Society who are on a mission to pioneer nutrition and lifestyle intervention solutions …
 
In this interview we were very pleased to welcome our special guest, Geertrui CazauxGeertrui (Trudi) graduated in criminology and environmental sciences . As a research assistant, she explored the sociology of human, animal relations, and has a (PhD in anthropocentrism and speciesism in contemporary criminology). Geertrui edited the book 'Mensen en…
 
In this interview Roger and I were pleased to welcome Clare Mann as our special guest. Clare is an Australian based vegan psychologist, communications trainer and animal advocate. She consults with people around the world to help address the personal and social challenges of living vegan in a non-vegan world, and has recently released a book called…
 
In this interview we were pleased to welcome our special guest, Jeremy Hess. Jeremy uses his street interviews and free resources, to demonstrate how behavioural psychology can help us to communicate effectively with people who aren’t yet vegan.He develops content for the Vegan Publishers Facebook page, is a vegan mentor, and runs the Vegan Interac…
 
In this interview we were pleased to be joined two special guests, Dan Kidby and Massimo Viggiani. Dan is a campaigner, social movement researcher, trainer and animal lover. He is a co-founder of Animal Think Tank, a collective which seeks to develop and share knowledge about how to build an inclusive and strategic mass movement for animal liberati…
 
In this interview, the first in our new series for Vegfest UK’s London event this year, we were very excited to welcome our good friend, Carol J Adams. Carol is the author of many books, most famously, The Sexual Politics of Meat, now in a 25th anniversary edition, Burger, part of the Bloomsbury’s Object Lessons Series, and the recently released Pr…
 
In today’s interview we welcome our special guest, Michelle Carrera. Michelle is a professional translator, writer, and founding director of the vegan non-profit Chilis on Wheels, which is an organisation that helps to provide people in need with warm vegan meals via chapters across the US and in Puerto Rico.Michelle has worked with a wide range of…
 
In this interview, we are joined by our very special guest, Rayven Whittaker.Rayven is a 9th grade Home-Schooled Student, who chose to go vegan in 2017 after attending her second Triangle VegFest. She has been the co-host and co-producer of numerous Podcasts (dating back to 2012). She is looking forward to the continuing pursuits of her interests i…
 
In this interview we were thrilled to welcome our special guest, Carol J. Adams. Carol is the author of more than 20 books, including the ground breaking The Sexual Politics of Meat now in a 25th anniversary edition. Burger, just released in Bloomsbury’s Object Lessons Series and the forthcoming Protest Kitchen: Fight Injustice, Save the Planet, an…
 
What is Intersectionality and what does it have to do with vegan advocacy and animal rights? In the lead up to the pro-intersectionality conference scheduled for Vegfest London in October 2016, ARZone is presenting a special series of brief interviews addressing these and other questions. We'll be speaking with members of the global vegan community…
 
In this interview we were very excited to welcome our special guest, Harley McDonald-Eckersall. Harley is one of the directors and founding members of an exciting new Australian group called Young Voices for Animals or YVA (pronounced ee-vah). Founded in early 2017, YVA is a group run for youth, by youth, with a vision to educate, and empower the n…
 
Episode 63 features professor of psychology and sociology, Dr. Melanie Joy. ARZone speaks with Dr. Joy about her recently published article “Speaking Truth to Power” and how the dominant ideology of carnism constructs and employs narratives to marginalize other animals and the humans who advocate on their behalf. Audio podcast, approx. 51 minutes.Y…
 
In this interview, we were delighted to welcome our special guest, Meneka Repka. Meneka is an artist and teacher living in Calgary. As an illustrator, and in her work, Meneka investigates the complicated relationships between humans and other animals. Meneka joins us today to speak about the 'cruelty free' label, cash crops, what she would like mai…
 
In this interview we were pleased to welcome our special guest, Mary Lawrence. Mary is a vegan chef and wellness educator. She’s also a board member of the American Vegan Society, and a frequent speaker at vegan events in the United States. She holds a certificate in plant based nutrition, a BA in English, and an MA in Communication. Through advoca…
 
In this interview we spoke with Saryta Rodriguez. Saryta is an author, editor, social justice advocate, and educator. Their first book, Until Every Animal is Free, was published in 2015, and they are currently working on a compilation of essays examining food justice from a variety of lenses. Saryta’s past writings have focused on food justice, veg…
 
In this interview we spoke with Rama Ganesan. Rama lived in Chennai India until the age of 10 when she emigrated to the UK with her family. She graduated from the University of Oxford, and also has a PhD from the University of Wales. She then moved to the US with her spouse, and has lived there ever since. Rama became a vegan after reading “Eating …
 
In this interview, we are joined by two very special guests, Svetlana Chibireva and Laura Schleifer. Svetlana is a pro intersectional vegan with an interest in looking at veganism as a political and ethical philosophy through a critical lense in order to challenge current narratives in mainstream veganism. She was born in Stalingrad, a city recover…
 
In this interview we welcomed inspirational vegan leader, Kathy Divine, to ARZone. Kathy is the author of five vegan books and founder of the magazine Australian Vegans Journal. The concept of ethical vegan leadership as the solution to world peace inspires and drives her work, and she uses publishing as a way to broadcast this vision into the worl…
 
This time and next, the ARZone Team discuss David Nibert's "entanglements thesis" laid out in the 2002 book Animal Rights/Human Rights: Entanglements of Oppression and Liberation with Professor Nibert himself, and with Dr. Helen Masterman-Smith of Charles Sturt University.You may also LISTEN HEREEpisode 19b can be heard HERE…
 
In this interview we welcomed back Dr. Casey Taft to ARZone.Casey is a Professor of Psychiatry at Boston University school of Medicine , and an internationally recognized researcher in the areas of trauma, family communication and violence prevention. Casey sees the prevention of violence toward other animals as a natural extension of his work with…
 
In this interview, we welcomed my fellow Australian animal advocate, James AspeyJames has overcome some huge hurdles in his life and is a true inspiration. He conquered leukaemia, drug abuse and bulimia before becoming one of Australia’s most well-known animal advocates.Grabbing global attention in 2015 after breaking a year long vow of silence in …
 
Stuart Chaifetz is an investigator who works with SHARK - Showing Animals Respect and Kindness. Stu - began his animal campaigning as a “sab” in England in 1990 and continued his anti-hunting work after returning to the United States.He’s also run for Congress as a Green Party candidate and is the winner of a Sea Shepherd Conservation Society award…
 
Episode 84 features advocate and activist Prof. Steven Best, Ph. D. Steve Best is an associate professor of philosophy at the University of Texas at El Paso, but he’s perhaps best known as an advocate for the liberation of the earth and all who live on it - humans as well as other animals. Steve has published 13 books and hundreds of articles and h…
 
Katrina is the founder and editor of the vegan business blog VeganBusinessMedia.com, the 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 arti…
 
In episode 3 of our new series on Total Liberation through Radical Veganism we spoke with Robert Grillo.Robert is an activist, author and speaker. He is the director of Free from Harm, which he founded in 2009 to expose animal agriculture’s impact on other animals, on vulnerable communities, and on the environment. Robert’s first book, Farm to Fabl…
 
The activist behind Unparalleled Suffering Photography is a gifted artist who has chosen to use their significant talents to expose the diverse forms of animal exploitation and torment perpetrated and normalized by our culture. This activist, working anonymously and entirely on their own, expertly documents both the emotional terror and physical su…
 
In the early 1990’s, at the age of 55, Sukie, a Mexican born woman living in Texas and married to a hunter, made a life-changing choice to go vegan! She then went on to start the first animal advocacy group in El Paso along with The Vegetarian Society of El Paso.The animal advocacy group Sukie started had their first meeting in her home in Septembe…
 
Katrina and Aivars were selected together as one winner this year. They are the co-founders of animal advocacy group, Animal Freedom in Latvia. This group conducts undercover investigations, coordinates outreach and public education campaigns, lobbies government bodies to secure stronger laws for animals, participates in corporate outreach and pres…
 
Chia-Pei and Yu-Sheng were selected together as one winner this year.What Chia-Pei and Yu-Sheng do for the animal movement is awe-inspiring. They are the definition of activism! They volunteer, serve as key organizers, emcees, speakers and spokespersons. They keep their fingers on the pulse of anything new related to veganism; -- a new vegan friend…
 
Dr. Dawa Dolker works as a full-time dentist during the day and dedicates every other spare moment of her life to other animals. Over four years ago Dawa co-founded the Dharmasala Vegan Movement (DVM) which finds homes for other animals in need and encourages people to address their consumption of animal products. This powerful activist has been kn…
 
Inepisode 2 of our new series on Total Liberation through Radical Veganism, wespeak with Vegfest UK Founder, Tim Barford. Tim is the founder and manager of Vegfest UK. He has been living vegan since1984. Tim founded Vegfest-- originally called “Bristol Vegan Fayre” in 2003,making this year the sixteenth year Tim and Vegfest UK have been holding veg…
 
In episode 1 of our new series on Total Liberation through Radical Veganism, we speak with vegan author, Julia Feliz Brueck. Julia is a decade long vegan, mother of two, scientist, and published author and illustrator. She is also the founder of Sanctuary Publishers, a vegan book publisher that gives back to marginalised communities with every book…
 
Episode 91 features long time advocate, Matt Ball. Matt has been a globally recognised advocate for other animals, for vegetarian diets and for applied ethics for over two decades. He has presented at, and written for diverse forums over the past two decades. Matt has written dozens of essays, articles, editorials and book chapters, and is the co-a…
 
Episode 25 features special guest, Dr. Kim Socha. Kim holds a Ph.D. in English and teaches writing and literature at a community college. Her publications include "Animal Liberation and Atheism” and "Women, Destruction, and the Avant-Garde". She is also contributing editor of "Defining Critical Animal Studies: An Intersectional Social Justice Appro…
 
Episode 90 features Professor of Psychology, Casey TaftCasey is a Professor of Psychiatry, an internationally recognized researcher in the areas of trauma and the family. He has published over 100 journal articles, book chapters, and scientific reports, and has consulted with the United Nations. Casey sees the prevention of violence toward other an…
 
Episode 8 features Dawn Moncrief, a social justice advocate for more than 20 years.Dawn is the Founder & Executive Director of the non-profit organisation A Well-Fed World. She holds master’s degrees in both International Relations and Women’s Studies from George Washington University, both with a focus on economic development. Among other things, …
 
Episode 89 features noted artist and author Ruby Roth.Ruby Roth, who’s lived vegan since 2003, is an artist, designer, an activist and is the author and illustrator of four vegan books for children: “That’s Why We Don’t Eat Animals” (2009), “Vegan is Love: Having Heart and Taking Action” (2012), ”V Is for Vegan: The ABCs of Being Kind” (2013), and …
 
Episode 24 features long time vegan and pro-intersectionality justice advocate, Christopher Sebastian. Sebastian is a long time vegan and social justice advocate. He focuses on examining the complex relationships between speciesism, racism, and queer oppression, and he organises discussions relative to exploring the intersectionality of veganism an…
 
Episode 23 features pro-intersectional vegan advocate, Laura Schleifer Laura is a pro-intersectional vegan. She is a writer, theatre artist and educator whose work has spanned the globe, from the Middle East to China and beyond. Laura has been working on a book for Vegan Publishers, Liberating Veganism, which deals with animal rights psychology and…
 
Episode 22 features intersectional vegan activist and author, JuliaFeliz.Julia is an intersectional vegan, an artist and the author of the first evervegan themed board book for babies and toddlers, Libby Finds VeganSanctuary.Julia runs The VeganCraftivist Project, which advocates on behalf of other animals through craft,and recently became presiden…
 
Episode 21 features farmer-turned-advocate Harold Brown. Harold Brown, who is featured in the documentary Peaceable Kingdom, The Journey Home, spent over half of his life working in animal agriculture. Growing up on a beef farm in Michigan and later working in the dairy industry, Harold has been involved in the behind the scenes operations of food …
 
Episode 20 features long-time activist Joe Brydon.Joe Brydon has been engaged in activism of one form or another for as long as they can remember, primarily involved with disarmament and anti-war campaigns, with brief forays into anti-fracking and anti-nuclear escapades. Growing up gay in a very heterosexual world has helped Joe realise the importa…
 
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