50 episodes

The motivation behind Red Radio starts at the roots: Erin Red's passion for veganism and animal rights. Erin is excited to broaden the vegan community’s spectrum by promoting veganism and abolition as the only ethical and healthful lifestyle choice. Of course she anticipates ‘converting’ many omnivores, however she also looks forward to supporting animal causes and charities, organizing events and meetups, and encouraging a more active and PROactive vegan community in her vicinity and far beyond.
From an outspoken and realistic standpoint, Erin addresses and educates on a number of topics ranging from Veganism 101, to animal rights and abolition, to health and fitness, to environmentalism, to cooking, baking, and more. Red Radio regularly welcomes guests from the activist community along with music, television and film personalities, and will occasionally record on location at vegan hotspots, interview vegan ‘celebrities’ and include real stories with vegans of all walks of life. Erin Red's goals are to educate, entertain, and enforce. To wake people up. And have an unreasonably good time doing so.
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll learn…and you’ll stop drinking pus and eating rotted flesh!

Red Radio: Vegan Banter with a Bite Erin Red

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.8, 106 Ratings

The motivation behind Red Radio starts at the roots: Erin Red's passion for veganism and animal rights. Erin is excited to broaden the vegan community’s spectrum by promoting veganism and abolition as the only ethical and healthful lifestyle choice. Of course she anticipates ‘converting’ many omnivores, however she also looks forward to supporting animal causes and charities, organizing events and meetups, and encouraging a more active and PROactive vegan community in her vicinity and far beyond.
From an outspoken and realistic standpoint, Erin addresses and educates on a number of topics ranging from Veganism 101, to animal rights and abolition, to health and fitness, to environmentalism, to cooking, baking, and more. Red Radio regularly welcomes guests from the activist community along with music, television and film personalities, and will occasionally record on location at vegan hotspots, interview vegan ‘celebrities’ and include real stories with vegans of all walks of life. Erin Red's goals are to educate, entertain, and enforce. To wake people up. And have an unreasonably good time doing so.
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll learn…and you’ll stop drinking pus and eating rotted flesh!

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
106 Ratings

106 Ratings

heliotrope2 ,

Such A Good Show

Glad to see this show again, and I will subscribe!

AppleUserNYC ,

Real, Raw and Compassionate: The Perfect Blend

Red has literally changed my life with her approach toward veganism. Thanks for providing this information to the public and I look forward to hearing more!

Notmyproblem1001 ,

Enjoyed it until..

Brand new listener here, and I probably shouldn't just judge the entirety of this podcast by one incident. However, I think it speaks to her character.

Began listening to episode 26 and she began discussing her interaction with a friend who purchased a puppy from a breeder. She became really subtly judgemental and when her friend got upset, her reaction was "it's your problem if you feel bad about it". (Not a direct quote). Idk, I completely am for situations where direct confrontation is needed, but I think this attitude Erin has just further embraces the stereotype of the high and mighty vegan. You made your friend feel bad. Are there dogs that need rescuing? Yes. Should they be considered before adopting a bred puppy, yes! But if someone doesn't go in the direction you would have, you do not need to make them feel as though they personally escorted a kennel dog to the chamber. And further, it's not wholly their responsibility if they are offended.

Other people might hear this and not think anything of it, and that's totally fine. I, however, was too put off by this attitude to continue listening to her.

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