16 episodes

In Context with pattrice jones at is a bi-weekly half hour talk show that looks at timely questions facing animal advocates within the broader ecosystem of ideas about social and environmental justice.

Each show features pattrice introducing a topic by way of one of the animals at VINE before inviting a featured guest into a free-flowing discussion about their own work on the topic at hand.

The podcast comes to you from VINE Sanctuary, an LGBT-led farmed animal sanctuary in Vermont that works for social and environmental justice as well as for animal liberation.

In Context with pattrice jones VINE Sanctuary

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

In Context with pattrice jones at is a bi-weekly half hour talk show that looks at timely questions facing animal advocates within the broader ecosystem of ideas about social and environmental justice.

Each show features pattrice introducing a topic by way of one of the animals at VINE before inviting a featured guest into a free-flowing discussion about their own work on the topic at hand.

The podcast comes to you from VINE Sanctuary, an LGBT-led farmed animal sanctuary in Vermont that works for social and environmental justice as well as for animal liberation.

    Collective Liberation with Eloísa Trinidad

    Collective Liberation with Eloísa Trinidad

    Eloísa Trinidad is a co-founder of the Vegan Activist Alliance and director of Chilis on Wheels. She joins pattrice for a conversation about the history and future of these two organizations, and the importance of looking at animal activism as part of a project of collective liberation.

    • 36 min
    Reimagining Community with LoriKim Alexander

    Reimagining Community with LoriKim Alexander

    LoriKim Alexander, organizer of Black FegVest, kickass activist for QTBIPOC liberation, and biologist, joins pattrice jones on In Context to talk about turkeys, urban nature, and The Cypher, a Black femme-focused and led QTBIPOC collective with the goal of forwarding Black Trans and Queer liberation with a vegan and environmental justice praxis. 
    The Cypher will be hosting a herb walk for QTBIPOC folks in New York City on June 10th, and you can register here.

    • 44 min
    Mother's Day Special: Louder Than Words on Art as Activism (Re-Release)

    Mother's Day Special: Louder Than Words on Art as Activism (Re-Release)

    In honor of Mother's Day we are re-releasing this episode featuring Neda Moridpour and S.A. Bachman, the founders of Louder Than Words who use art to showcase the dairy industry's particular cruelty to mothers.
    You can order free anti dairy stickers Louder Than Words created with VINE here: t.ly/LkWEr

    • 33 min
    Broken Bonds with Katherine Roe

    Broken Bonds with Katherine Roe

    Neuroscientist Katherine Roe joins pattrice to discuss the cruelty and flawed premises behind animal experimentation, the importance of attachment, and what people can do about the ongoing experiments that separate newborns from their mothers.
    Please note that this episode includes descriptions of vivisection that may be uncomfortable to hear. Katherine and pattrice also discuss ways to cope with our own emotions as we confront the cruelty of others.

    • 45 min
    Human Error with Justin Gregg

    Human Error with Justin Gregg

    What can animal intelligence teach us about human stupidity? Justin Gregg's book, If Nietzsche Were a Narwhal, raises provocative questions about presumptions of human supremacy. In this episode of In Context, pattrice and Justin touch on subjects ranging from homophobia to climate change in a lively, sometimes humorous, and ultimately hopeful conversation.

    • 31 min
    Talking Animals with Laura Jean McKay

    Talking Animals with Laura Jean McKay

    Laura Jean McKay is the author of the award winning novel Animals in that Country, which explores what happens when a pandemic takes interspecies communication to a whole new level. She joins pattrice to talk about how real cows, dingoes, and even mosquitos inspired the work, as well as the realities of the creative process.

    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

eg smith ,

Phenomenal show!

Love this engaging podcast. pattrice jones is an amazing interviewer and thought leader. The guests are on the cutting edge of social movements today. I’m on pins and needles for the next episode to appear in my feed! Best podcast from an intersectional animal rights point of view on the internet!

estrangerdanger ,

A unique perspective and a charming show

These conversations are down to earth yet deep and I am so excited for more.

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