40 episodes

The Animal Liberation Hour seeks insight from animal rights and liberation activists around the world so that we can think, reflect, learn, and be inspired.This podcast is a project of Animal Activism Mentorship. Want to learn more about animal rights activism? Visit our website and sign up for a mentor at AnimalActivismMentorship.com

The Animal Liberation Hour by AAM Animal Activism Mentorship

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    • 5.0 • 15 Ratings

The Animal Liberation Hour seeks insight from animal rights and liberation activists around the world so that we can think, reflect, learn, and be inspired.This podcast is a project of Animal Activism Mentorship. Want to learn more about animal rights activism? Visit our website and sign up for a mentor at AnimalActivismMentorship.com

    Episode 40 - Shannon Blair

    Episode 40 - Shannon Blair

    Shannon Blair started advocating for animals as a child. Now she is passing those values down to her children while remaining an outspoken activist taking part in many forms of activism, including being an AAM Mentor. 

    In this interview, Shannon talks about being a vegan and activist mom, doing what it takes to get things done for the animals even when it's not glorified, and much more in the two hour season four finale of The Animal Liberation Hour.

    @VeganActivistMom

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    Join the conversation in the Animal Activism Mentorship Community facebook group.

    Want to get active for the animals but don't know where to start?
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    • 1 hr 50 min
    Episode 39 - Anna Balser

    Episode 39 - Anna Balser

    How can we distinguish between a reputable sanctuary versus those that operate under the "sanctuary" title but exploit animals?What are some ways we can bridge the gap between the beyond-human-animal rights and human rights causes?Why is a liberation mindset crucial over the welfare approach when educating sanctuary visitors?What could our relationship with other species look like within a non-exploitative framework?Ring in the new year with this informative, hopeful chat with Anna Balser, the Education Manager at Woodstock Animal Sanctuary.
    Host Shriya and Anna chat about Anna's journey into animal advocacy, her commitment to collective liberation, her vision for a just and equitable world for all beings, the crucial work that Woodstock Animal Sanctuary does, and more!

    Support and learn more about Woodstock's incredible work for Animal Liberation-
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    TikTok

    AAM Linktree (follow us, donate, bookshop, merch store, future events, and more):
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    To support our work monthly: Patreon.com/AnimalActivismMentorship

    To keep up with the podcast, follow @AnimalActivismMentorship on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

    Join the conversation in the Animal Activism Mentorship Community Facebook group.

    Want to get active for the animals but don't know where to start?
    Sign up for a free mentor at AnimalActivismMentorship.com

    Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast!

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Episode 38 - Dr. Jerry Vlasak

    Episode 38 - Dr. Jerry Vlasak

    Here's a holiday gift: an interview with legendary activist Dr. Jerry Vlasak.

    Dr. Vlasak is the co-founder of the North American Animal Liberation Press Office and continues to serve as a Press Officer.

    An activist learns a lot in three decades. In this interview, Dr. Vlasak shares what activism he thinks is the most effective and much more.

    AnimalLiberationPressOffice.org
    @AnimalLibPressOffice

    AAM Linktree (follow us, donate, bookshop, merch store, future events, and more):
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    To support our work monthly: Patreon.com/AnimalActivismMentorship
    To keep up with the podcast, follow @AnimalActivismMentorship on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.

    Join the conversation in the Animal Activism Mentorship Community facebook group.

    Want to get active for the animals but don't know where to start?
    Sign up for a free mentor at AnimalActivismMentorship.com

    Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast!

    • 1 hr 20 min
    Episode 37 - Maddie Krasno

    Episode 37 - Maddie Krasno

    How can the animal advocacy movement create a safe space for those who used to work in industries that exploit animals and now seek to advocate for the best interest of animals and change the system?

    What are the roadblocks that keep them from speaking up?

    Why are conversations on mental health and support often ignored and what can we as activists do to address this void?

    What was Maddie's journey going from a former primate laboratory worker to an animal sanctuary work?

    We explore all this and more in this insightful conversation with Maddie Krasno, co-founder of the non-profit, Justify, which seeks to empower folks who desire to speak up but fear retaliation from their places of work and animal activists.

    Maddie also discusses her ongoing free speech lawsuits with the University of Wisconsin Madison and the National Institutes of Health for suppressing her voice when sharing her experiences working in a primate research laboratory during her undergraduate days.

    To learn more about Maddie and her work, follow her on:
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    Learn more about her non-profit, Justify:
    Instagram
    Facebook
    Twitter
    LinkedIn

    Maddie's ongoing lawsuit: Animal Law podcast

    Recommended read: Voracious Science and Vulnerable Animals- Dr. John Gluck

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    To support our work monthly: Patreon.com/AnimalActivismMentorship



    To keep up with the podcast, follow @AnimalActivismMentorship on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.

    Join the conversation in the Animal Activism Mentorship Community facebook group.

    Want to get active for the animals but don't know where to start?
    Sign up for a free mentor at AnimalActivismMentorship.com

    Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast!

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Episode 36 - Shubhangi of The Raven Corps

    Episode 36 - Shubhangi of The Raven Corps

    The future of the grassroots, collective liberation activism community is looking bright thanks to the inspiring, youth-led, grassroots nonprofit, the Raven Corps. In this episode, we chat with the Raven Corps' policy and legislative lead, Shubhangi, who gives us the scoop on the youth-led movement to challenge the stronghold that big dairy has over the school system, and bring plant-based milk options to the mainstream in public schools.

    Folks can learn more about the remarkable work that this nationwide, youth-led organization is doing and support their efforts at the links below-
    Facebook
    Instagram
    YouTube

    AAM Linktree (follow us, donate, bookshop, merch store, future events, and more):
    linktr.ee/animalactivismmentorship

    To support our work monthly: Patreon.com/AnimalActivismMentorship


    To keep up with the podcast, follow @AnimalActivismMentorship on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.

    Join the conversation in the Animal Activism Mentorship Community facebook group.

    Want to get active for the animals but don't know where to start?
    Sign up for a free mentor at AnimalActivismMentorship.com

    Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast!

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Episode 35 - Gwenna Hunter

    Episode 35 - Gwenna Hunter

    The Animal Liberation Hour is grateful to have Vegans of Los Angeles Food Bank founder Gwenna Hunter on the show.

    Gwenna and host Trey discuss activist self-care, avoiding burnout, Gwenna's activism journey, how to build coalitions with other movements outside of animal rights, and much more.

    @VegansOfLosAngeles_

    AAM Linktree (follow us, donate, bookshop, merch store, future events, and more):
    linktr.ee/animalactivismmentorship

    To support our work monthly: Patreon.com/AnimalActivismMentorship
    To keep up with the podcast, follow @AnimalActivismMentorship on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.

    Join the conversation in the Animal Activism Mentorship Community facebook group.

    Want to get active for the animals but don't know where to start?
    Sign up for a free mentor at AnimalActivismMentorship.com

    Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast!

    • 1 hr 26 min

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