Sinopse

GenerationV - voice of the Vegan Generation. Podcast produced by Animal Advocates in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Episódios

  • GenV #12 – Veg Pride, New Book / Give-away, Santa Cruz and more

    GenV #12 – Veg Pride, New Book / Give-away, Santa Cruz and more

    05/07/2006

    A bit about the gap New Book – Vegetarian Bay Area: The Ultimate Guide Santa Cruz Trip Report Outreach update – Tips from Gay Pride and other summer events Five things You can do with a “Why Vegan” Vegan on the Spot Contest Submission (Question in show) Music by Dana Lyons – Cows With Guns [...]

  • Genv #11 – Use the Law, Help the Animals

    Genv #11 – Use the Law, Help the Animals

    29/03/2006

    In this show we present a talk by Virginia Handley – “Use the Law, Help the Animals“. This was a Compassionate Living presentation sponsored by Bay Area Vegetarians that happened earlier this month in San Francisco. Due to its length, this entire episode is focused on Virginia’s presentation. We will return with our regular format [...]

  • GenV #10 – Angry Vegan Rants and Raves

    GenV #10 – Angry Vegan Rants and Raves

    15/03/2006

    We’ve had a busy couple of weeks and wanted to share. While recording, the show really turned into a serious vegan rant. We try not to take ourselves too seriously but we just needed to share some of this before we burst! Yes, the Angry Vegan Rants .. and some Raves, too. GenV – Show [...]

  • GenV #9 – Vegan Bubble World

    GenV #9 – Vegan Bubble World

    01/03/2006

    In this episode we talk about our vegan bubble world, some childhood memories about farm animals, Tesco’s from the UK is coming to the USA and why it’s important, Tammy’s new newspaper column, more meat-out ideas, corrections/updates to the last show on Bay Area restaurants. We also briefly talk about how we started Bay Area [...]

  • GenV #8 – San Franciso Vegan Guide

    GenV #8 – San Franciso Vegan Guide

    19/02/2006

    In this episode we provide an overview of our favorite places to eat vegan in San Francisco and the surrounding SF Bay Area. With a strong vegetarian and animal rights community, nearly 90 vegetarian restaurants in the region (which includes over 30 vegan restaurants), vegetarian and animal rights events happening every weekend, moderate weather, beautiful [...]

  • Generation Vegan Podcast #7 – Food as Advocacy

    Generation Vegan Podcast #7 – Food as Advocacy

    07/02/2006

    This episode contains a presentation by Alex Bury on using food as an advocacy tool. Alex is a vegan chef, a full time PETA staffer and an instructor for McDougall. She also writes the Heart Smart Cooking Column for our monthly BAVeg newsletter. We also talk about the Farm Sanctuary Foie Gras campaign and vegan [...]

  • Generation Vegan Podcast #6 – Meatout planning, ideas and more

    Generation Vegan Podcast #6 – Meatout planning, ideas and more

    01/02/2006

    Meatout is coming up fast, so we thought we’d have a show covering some ideas for you to think about. We also talk about some rants and raves, an activist giveaway, our new GenV mailing list and our veggie frappr map. GenerationV – Show #6 Duration: 21:42 mins 1) Activist Giveaway – but we need [...]

  • Generation Vegan Podcast #5 – Effective Advocacy for Animals: Activist Rights

    Generation Vegan Podcast #5 – Effective Advocacy for Animals: Activist Rights

    21/01/2006

    Effective Advocacy for Animals – Part II – Activist Rights for Animal Rights Thea Langsam is a lawyer at Altshuler, Berzon, a small public interest law firm in San Francisco. She represents Vegan Outreach, challenging colleges that have illegally sought to bar Vegan Outreach volunteers from leafleting on campus. She also organizes the San Francisco [...]

  • Generation Vegan Podcast #4 – Effective Advocacy for Animals: Activist Skills

    Generation Vegan Podcast #4 – Effective Advocacy for Animals: Activist Skills

    14/01/2006

    GenerationV – Show #4 We weren’t always vegans or activists. Then one day it made sense to stop eating animals. Then, later on, we decided to use our collective skills and knowledge to promote vegetarianism to reduce animal suffering. That’s what we like about the New Year. It gives us an opportunity and a big, [...]

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