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205: Straight Edge Vegan

205: Straight Edge Vegan

 

*MILDLY EXPLICIT LANGUAGE*

Alex Edge has been vegan and straight-edge for about 21 years, and made the decision after being exposed to it through the Punk Music scene. Today, Alex uses his knowledge, combined with personal experience, love, and compassion to help others align their morals with their actions.

In this episode, Alex shares some effective communication methods as well as ways we can all get active, regardless of where we live!

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alexedgetattoos/

196: Vegan Dogs?

196: Vegan Dogs?

Lindsay Rubin is the Vice President of v-dog; the vegan and family-owned, dog food brand based out of San Francisco.

In this episode, Lindsay not only shares her personal story of veganism, but also squashes some common misconceptions about the ideal doggie diet!

Website: https://v-dog.com
FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/Vdogfood
Twitter: https://twitter.com/vdogfood
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vdogfood/
Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/user56587092

Shout out to Chia the Vegan Pit! https://www.instagram.com/chiatheveganpit/

195: Organic WFPB

195: Organic WFPB

Ben Honeycutt is a sixteen year old speaker on the topic of the importance of the organic WFPB diet and extending quality of life. He's in the Future Farmers of America program and is a cross country runner. Ben is also studying nutrition, with the goal to be a Naturopathic Doctor.

Ben's mother, Zen Honeycutt founded Moms Across America after Ben started experiencing health issues as a child. Today, Ben and his mother work together, advocating for better health for all!
Attend Ben's talk in Irvine, Ca on 11/24: https://www.iucc.org

194: Myths of Choice

194: Myths of Choice

 

Clare Mann is an organisational psychologist, existential psychotherapist and author of numerous books and training programs. She is an expert in communication, human behavior and Vystopia (the existential crisis experienced by vegans, arising out of an awareness of the trance-like collusion with a dystopian world).

In this episode, Clare introduces her new book, "Myths of Choice" (why people won't change and what you can do about it), which goes into the psychology of why it's hard to convince people to change their ways. Clare also offers tips on how to be a more effective communicator when speaking to others about veganism or other belief systems that challenge some of the most normalized thought patterns.

Bonus: The holidays are coming, and Clare gives us some tips on how (or not) to enjoy the holidays with our non-vegan family members.

References:
Myths of Choice: https://lifemyths.com/
Plugged In: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHzwMLx-rKc
Dominion: https://www.dominionmovement.com/
Vystopia: https://vystopia.com/
Anonymous for the Voiceless: https://www.anonymousforthevoiceless.org
Free Course: https://www.veganpsychologist.com/myths-mini-course/

164: The Vegan Psychologist

164: The Vegan Psychologist

Clare Mann is an organisational psychologist, existential psychotherapist and author of numerous books and training programs. She is an expert in communication, skilled in dispelling the myths that limit people in their lives and work so they can create and satisfying lives which align with their values and purpose.

Clare also has a BSc in Psychology, MSc in Occupational Psychology, MA in Existential Psychotherapy and Counselling and Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling.

In this episode, Clare discusses the psychology behind veganism, why many people are so quick to reject the idea, and how us vegans can learn to handle Vystopia; the idea of being vegan in a non-vegan world.

The Vegan Psychologist: https://www.veganpsychologist.com
Training programs from Communicate 31: https://communicate31.com/
Vystopia: https://vystopia.com/

Free Meditation: https://www.veganpsychologist.com/meditation/

** Newest book, "The Myths of Choice; Why People Won't Change And What We Can Do About It" COMING OUT IN JUNE 2019! **

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/clare_mann/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/veganpsychologistclaremann/

159: The Undercover Investigator

159: The Undercover Investigator

Rich Hardy has been a professional environmental and animal activist for over 25 years, including his over two-decade-long uncover work, which documents animal suffering from a multitude of businesses.

In this episode, Rich talks about some of his findings (non-graphic), along with his accomplishments today and goals for "tomorrow".

* By the way, it's "Surfers Against Sewage"; I stumbled upon my words in the first few minutes 😀

For more Rich:
Website: https://richcampaigns.myportfolio.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/notasnatureintended/
Book: https://unbound.com/books/not-as-nature-intended/
The Disclosure Podcast, Episode 6 (Earthling Ed): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WtfU8Jw6io&t=912s

130: Total Animal Liberation

130: Total Animal Liberation

Over the last year, Animal Liberation Activist Joshua Entis has been traveling the globe giving inspirational talks and workshops in over 21 countries on how to become the strongest and loudest voice for the animals. He uses his sales background to help navigate outreach conversations and motivate others to choose a more compassionate lifestyle.

Today, Joshua joins me in studio during his trip to San Diego for the #ChangeMakersTour after I had the pleasure of doing an Anonymous for the Voiceless Cube of Truth as well as hearing one of his talks regarding Sustainable Activism. In this talk, Josh shares a little more about himself as well as some of the ways we can work towards being more active.

Joshua's Links:
Website: https://www.joshuaentis.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joshua.entis/
YouTube: www.youtube.com/joshuaentis
FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/joshentis

Anonymous for the Voiceless: https://www.anonymousforthevoiceless.org/
The Save Movement: http://thesavemovement.org/

Vegan in San Diego: www.VeganInSanDiego.com
San Diego Vegan Activists: https://www.facebook.com/groups/313788232487426/

128: Wrapping Up 2018

128: Wrapping Up 2018

Rachel is one of the most influential vegan activist organizers here in San Diego, so who better to have on the podcast and talk all about 2018!? In this episode, Rach and I discuss some of San Diego's big vegan news along with some other note-worthy global news.

Friends and businesses mentioned in this episode:
Veg News Magazine, Nailstalgic Salon, Eco Chic Salon SD, Kava Collective, Don Lee Farms, Costco, Plant Power Fast Food, Breakfast Republic, Del Taco, Beyond Meat, Starbucks, WuTang Clan, White Castle, Impossible Foods, Billion Vegans, Paige Parsons, Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, Anonymous for the Voiceless, Melanie Langston-Bazzell, Kind Heart Coalition, Saving Animals & Healing Hearts, DxE, Staci Plikaytis, Karl Kyler, Melanie Arce, Matt Johnson, Wayne Hsiung, Breathe Vegan, San Diego Animal Save, Purple Mint, SoulShine, By.Rosaline, Rocky Howe Tattoo, Kat Von D, High Voltage Tattoo, James Spooner, Mission Square Market, Brianna Martelozzo, SD Union Tribune, SDPD, Ellen Ericksen, Farm Animal Refuge, Plant Based News, Live Kindly

64: Angelina For The Animals

64: Angelina For The Animals

Think you're doing all you can do as an activist? You may want to think again! Meet 10 year old, Angelina Poli! In this episode, Angelina talks all about how she became vegan, what she eats for school lunches and how to educate people on their daily choices. You guys! This episodes is one of my favorites. Angelina is so well spoken, respectful and passionate about what she does. I honestly feel that I've learned more from her than I've learned from most adults. Thank you, Angelina.

Angelina's Links:
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/AngelinaForTheAnimals
FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/angelinafortheanimals/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjFu9n1nMzC50gjdfhTOS9Q

Vegan Danielle's Links:
Website: http://www.VeganDanielle.com
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Vegan_Danielle
FaceBook: http://www.facebook.com/VeganDanielleSD

59: Anonymous For The Voiceless | San Diego

59: Anonymous For The Voiceless | San Diego

Rachel Hosler grew up in a butcher shop. Samar Jadeed grew up in Honduras. I grew up with tractors and a BBQ.
Today, all three of us are vegan.
In today's episode, we talk about how Samar and Rachel started the Anonymous for the Voiceless San Diego Chapter, along with my first CUBE experience!

To hear more about Anonymous for the Voiceless or to get involved in your city:
Website: https://www.anonymousforthevoiceless.org/
FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/anonymousforthevoiceless/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anonymousforthevoiceless/

Vegan Danielle's Links:
Website: http://www.VeganDanielle.com
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Vegan_Danielle
FaceBook: http://www.facebook.com/VeganDanielleSD

 


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