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Found quite a few amazing clips on the internet about animal rights, and it is rare to come across videos that really and truly capture this topic very seriously. I found one in particular that really touched me, so I will play it for you, and offer commentary if needed. The clips are never played in their entirety, and only highlight the most important parts on these podcasts.
I hope you get as much out of this as I do, and it inspires you to do your own research and what not.
Podcasts should only be the beginning, not the end, of a search for the truth of many important topics/issues, etc.
Animal Rights Activist Exposed
Are they helping or hurting their cause?
Your Host: Michelle, Chris & Barbie
Guest Speaker: Douglas Anthony Cooper "Novelist" & Author of "Galunker"
A children's picture book whose hero is a pit bull.
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Ms. Mindy Patterson with The Calvary Group will begin Monday's show with a quick overview of the animal rights movement -- being a bi-partisan wake up call for Americans.
Then we will merge into other topics relating to what is going on today via The Humane Society of the U.S. and their implementation of laws at the local, state, and federal levels.
Chris Foster is a professor of philosophy at Utah Valley University and a long time advocate for animal rights and a member of the LDS church. Chris believes that from a logical perspective, killing animals causes them harm, and it is morally wrong to cause something harm unless the benefits outweigh the harm caused. He feels that raising animals for food causes more harm than benefits, and therefore killing and eating animals is morally wrong.
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We have a very special treat this evening! We usually feature interviews and profiles with activists, volunteers, and leaders of animal rights organizations, rescue groups, and media organizations, but tonight we offer our listeners a different perspective on the animal rights movement: that of the artist.
Daniel Redwood is a vegan and singer/songwriter whose latet album is called Songs for Animals, People & the Earth. Originally from Buffalo, New York, he began his artistic activism working as a volunteer with Cesar Chavez and the United Farmworkers Union in California, eventually touring coast-to-coast on behalf of the group and recording a benefit record.
For more information about Daniel and his songs, visit his website.
TV Host and Animal Rights Advocate and Vegan Jane Velez-Mitchell of HLN joins Rolonda Watts to talk about how her tremendous love for animals led her to give up meat and become a Vegan. Jane tells of the benefits of going Vegan and how we can all do our part in saving and caring about animals.
Plus, Author Dr. Sharyn Wynters helps us become more aware of the toxins in our lives and how to get rid of them!
Also, the joy of adding the Powerful Pumpkin to your Sunday meals with Author & Chef Chad Thilborger...and so much more!
Every Sunday afternoon, Rolonda shares news, views, advice, and interviews, as well as motivation, encouragement, and inspiration on different ways to add more purpose and passion to your life, career, relationships, and business.
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Linda DeStefano is a powerfully strong and articulate advocate of animal rights, social justice, and environmental protection. She is President of People for Animal Rights, an organization she helped found, and is Conservation Chair of her local Sierra Club. Linda will speak on her roles in each of these organizations as well as her devotion to her vegan lifestyle.
This Monday we are going to talk about Animal Rights with Randy Massarro. If it happens in the county the sheriff should be aware of it and there are two sides to the coin.
We will also be talking about Paul D. Schrader For San Bernardino County Sheriff Fundraiser and Campaign Kick-Off to be held at Riley's Farm, 12281 Sout Oak Glen Road, Oaks Glen, California 92399, this Thursday, 5 - 10 pm, August 22nd. We are going to have a Good Old Fashioned BBQ, Hay Rides, Raffle and Live Entertainment. Tickets may be purchased online at; www.SheriffPaul2014.com. Come one, come all to a really great fun packed get together! Meet Sheriff Paul in person. The "Wiley Drake Show" will be televising the event! Sheriff Paul is the peoples choice!
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Award winning photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthur joins us on this episode of Talk2theAnimalsRadio. Jo-Anne is the founder of the We Animals project and has been documenting the plight of animals world-wide for over ten years. She is featured in the newly released film by Canadian film maker Liz Marshall "The Ghosts in Our Machine". Joyce Rheal, animal advocate, pet consultant and minister in the Four Rivers Native American church joins us, discussing how the indigenous way of healing animals differs from the Western approach. As always, you'll hear from our animal guest and hear tips and ideas on how U2CanTalk2theAnimals!
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