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2015, 2013 and 2017 OFFICIAL HONOREE OF THE WEBBY AWARDS! Join hostesses Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan on this unique and fun podcast that focuses on changing the world for animals. Jasmin and Mariann get to interview some of the grooviest, most insightful and inspiring activists and changemakers around. And, in addition to some idle chit-chat, insightful commentary, and a bit of gossip, they review new hot products, companies, and media. Tune in to get the vegan skinny.

Our Hen House Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan

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2015, 2013 and 2017 OFFICIAL HONOREE OF THE WEBBY AWARDS! Join hostesses Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan on this unique and fun podcast that focuses on changing the world for animals. Jasmin and Mariann get to interview some of the grooviest, most insightful and inspiring activists and changemakers around. And, in addition to some idle chit-chat, insightful commentary, and a bit of gossip, they review new hot products, companies, and media. Tune in to get the vegan skinny.

    Episode 562: Are There Really Too Many Animals? ft. Stephanie Boyles Griffin

    Episode 562: Are There Really Too Many Animals? ft. Stephanie Boyles Griffin

    The newest episode of the Our Hen House podcast with co-hosts Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan is here! This week, Mariann speaks with Stephanie Boyles Griffin, Science and Policy Director at the Botstiber Institute for Wildlife Fertility Control and Senior Director of Wildlife Management and Services with the Humane Society. In their discussion, Stephanie provides insight into wildlife management and fertility control with real world examples across the US. Reflecting on the origins and innovations of the field, Stephanie highlights an increased sense of mutualism as animals and humans attempt to coexist alongside each other peacefully. And, as always, Jasmin and Mariann offer perspectives from the world of #animalrights, and a Rising Anxieties segment that will make squirm. We also continue our Supporting Vegan Businesses program by shouting out Maya’s Cookies and Vegetaryn.



    View the full show description and resources here: https://www.ourhenhouse.org/2020/10/ep562/



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    • 1 hr 15 min
    Episode 561: Supporting Plant-Based Companies ft. Amy Trakinski

    Episode 561: Supporting Plant-Based Companies ft. Amy Trakinski

    The latest episode of the Our Hen House podcast with co-hosts Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan is here! This week, Jasmin speaks with Amy Trakinski, Managing Director of vegan investment firm VegInvest. In their conversation, Amy offers insight into her vegan journey—from her plant-based beginnings to founding an animal-law law firm and her investment work. A true industry pro—and early investor in Good Catch Foods, Wild Earth, Just Egg, Alpha Foods, and Veggie Grill—Amy discusses the future of the vegan food industry in this must-listen episode.

    And, as always, Jasmin and Mariann offer perspectives from the world of animal rights, and a Rising Anxieties segment that will shock you!



    We also continue our Supporting Vegan Businesses program by shouting out DEMIblue Natural Nails, Impact Veganics, and Honest Pastures. And just for Our Hen House listeners, Honest Pastures is offering a special discount—use code “ourhenhouse” for 10% off your entire order!



    View the full show description and resources here: https://www.ourhenhouse.org/2020/10/ep561/



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    • 1 hr 14 min
    Episode 560: Food is a Tool ft. Olympia Auset

    Episode 560: Food is a Tool ft. Olympia Auset

    A new episode of the Our Hen House podcast with co-hosts Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan is here! This week, Mariann speaks with Olympia Auset, food justice advocate and founder of South Central LA’s SÜPRMARKT. In this must-listen episode, Olympia discusses food apartheid (and why she believes it’s more accurate than the term “food desert”), how she’s supplied over 70,000 pounds of fresh produce to communities of South LA, and the local superstar heroes that inspire her.

    And, as always, Jasmin and Mariann offer perspectives from the world of animal rights, and a Rising Anxieties segment that will make you spit out your coffee.



    View the full show description and resources here: https://www.ourhenhouse.org/2020/09/ep560/



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    • 1 hr 12 min
    Episode 559: Adventures of a Farmed Animal Protection Lawyer ft. Peter Brandt

    Episode 559: Adventures of a Farmed Animal Protection Lawyer ft. Peter Brandt

    The newest episode of the Our Hen House podcast with co-hosts Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan is here! This week, Mariann speaks with Peter Brandt, Humane Society lawyer and author of "Indefensible: Adventures of a Farm Animal Protection Lawyer." In their conversation, Mariann and Peter discuss the difficulties and importance of fighting for the rights of farm animals in a legal setting. Peter emphasizes the need for storytelling and creativity as critical, powerful tools for animal activism and changing the world. Stories, not facts alone, will get us one step closer to a vegan world. And, as always, Jasmin and Mariann offer perspectives from the world of animal rights, and a Rising Anxieties segment that will shock you.



    View the full show description and resources here: https://www.ourhenhouse.org/2020/09/ep559/



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    • 1 hr 19 min
    Episode 558: Black Lives Matter, Animal Activism, and Healing the World ft. Gwenna Hunter

    Episode 558: Black Lives Matter, Animal Activism, and Healing the World ft. Gwenna Hunter

    The newest episode of the Our Hen House podcast with co-hosts Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan is here! This week, Mariann speaks with activist extraordinaire Gwenna Hunter, Food Aid Coordinator with Vegan Outreach and founder of Vegans of Los Angeles and Vegans for Black Lives Matter. In this must-listen episode, Gwenna outlines her involvement in vegan activist spaces and discusses the problematic use of “All Lives Matter” within the animal rights movement. A true community powerhouse, she highlights the importance of Black veganism, of fighting for racial equity, and for compassionately meeting people where they are. And, as always, Jasmin and Mariann offer perspectives from the world of animal rights, and a Rising Anxieties segment that will make your skin crawl.



    View the full show description and resources here: https://www.ourhenhouse.org/2020/09/ep558/



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    • 1 hr 21 min
    Episode 557: State Your Grand Intention ft. Jane Velez-Mitchell

    Episode 557: State Your Grand Intention ft. Jane Velez-Mitchell

    Check out the latest Our Hen House podcast episode with co-hosts Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan! This week, Jasmin interviews vegan powerhouse Jane Velez-Mitchell of Jane Unchained News. In their discussion, Jane discusses her must-watch show New Day New Chef and how she’s partnering with Support and Feed—an initiative kick started by Billie Eilish’s and FINNEAS’ mom Maggie Baird—to help feed communities and save vegan restaurants. A prominent leader in vegan media, Jane highlights her team of celebrity broadcasters and the important content they’re creating to help make the world a little more vegan.



    View the full show description and resources here: https://www.ourhenhouse.org/2020/09/ep557/



    Share your thoughts with us on social media! Find us on Facebook (OurHenHouse), Instagram, and Twitter (@ourhenhouse).

    • 1 hr 22 min

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