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181: The Greenbaum Foundation

181: The Greenbaum Foundation

 

Jim Greenbaum has been interested in resolving injustices that exist in our society since he was a child in Louisiana. When he was a young adult, he had the idea of combating some of these issues legally, by attending law school. At the last minute, Jim decided to switch to a business major, with the idea that he could make a larger impact that way.

Thankfully, Jim was far from wrong. After a few "practice" attempts at business, Jim was able to reach a goal to help support organizations dealing with human rights, and later added a focus on animal rights.

Today, Jim has successfully supported numerous organizations, including Animal Equality, Earthling Ed, The Humane League, The Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine, as well as documentaries such as Game Changers, What the Health and Cowspiracy (to name a few)!

For more information about Jim or the organizations he supports, please visit http://www.greenbaumfoundation.org
For documentaries mentioned in this podcast, visit: https://www.vegandanielle.com/learnmore
For tickets to The Game Changers screening: https://gamechangersmovie.com/

* Correction: At around 33:10 I mentioned that 80% of Americans are obese or overweight. According to healthdata.org, it's 75% of men and 60% of women that are classified as either overweight or obese.

Episode 105 – Food Buzz: History of Snake Fruit

Episode 105 - Food Buzz: History of Snake Fruit

 

The Food Buzz highlights specific produce facts and history to help guide future produce exploration.

149: Living in Heart Coherence

149: Living in Heart Coherence

 

In sync with balance, ease, learning, thriving for all ages through our Heart Coherence with Melinda Dewey, your HeartMath Certified Coach and Trainer.

166: Joyful Vegan

166: Joyful Vegan

Colleen Patrick-Goudreau is a speaker, cultural commentator, podcaster and award-winning author of seven books. She's an acclaimed speaker and beloved host of the inspiring podcast, "Food for Thought", and has since launched a spin-off podcast called "Animalogy".

In this podcast, Colleen discusses some of the reasons in which people may have trouble going vegan, along with helpful ways to help understand the way people operate, which helps us to more effectively have conversations around the topic of veganism.

For more Colleen:
Website: https://www.joyfulvegan.com/
FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/colleenpatrickgoudreau
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joyfulvegan/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/joyfulvegan
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Colleen-Patrick-Goudreau/e/B001K8AKAG/

30 Day Vegan Challenge: https://www.colleenpatrickgoudreau.com/book/the-30-day-vegan-challenge-new-edition/

S2: 11 – Where’s The Meat?…Why, In The Sammy, Part 2

S2: 11 – Where’s The Meat?…Why, In The Sammy, Part 2

Michael and Jack discuss the art of sandwiches and house-made cold cuts with two of the best sammy-slingers in town: Sheep Riley of Big Front Door and Chris Karetas of Carve.

S2: 10 – Where’s The Meat?…Why, In The Sammy, Part 1

S2: 10 - Where's The Meat?...Why, In The Sammy, Part 1

Michael and Jack discuss the art of sandwiches and house-made cold cuts with two of the best sammy-slingers in town: Sheep Riley of Big Front Door and Chris Karetas of Carve

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

156: Dying to Race

156: Dying to Race

Ellen Ericksen is a known animal rights activist here in San Diego. She's also been on the podcast a few times already to discuss Sea World as well as Del Mar racetrack (Episodes 88 and 94).

With horse racing season coming up (7/17/2019), Ellen returns to the podcast to expose some of the details behind the $100 BILLION dollar industry, including the underground horse slaughter and horse-meat trade that's happening right in our own backyards!

To follow Ellen or participate in a protest:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/passionatevegan/
FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/ellen.ericksen

Sign the Petition! https://www.change.org/p/santa-anita-racetrack-santa-anita-stop-killing-racehorses

For more about horse racing deaths & slaughter:
Horse Death Watch (USA): https://www.horsedeathwatch.com/
Horse Racing Kills (AUS): https://horseracingkills.com/issues/deathwatch/
The Horse Fund; Slaughter (USA): https://horsefund.org/horse-slaughter-resources.php
The Guardian (USA): https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2019/mar/08/santa-anita-closes-horse-deaths-racing
Animal Aid (UK): https://www.animalaid.org.uk/the-issues/our-campaigns/horse-racing/

S2: 7 – Will San Diego Star in the Michelin Guide?, Part 2

S2: 7 - Will San Diego Star in the Michelin Guide?, Part 2

Michael and Jack as EaterSD's Jackie Bryant whether San Diego will star in the Michelin Guide.

154: Jai Fusion

154: Jai Fusion

Randy DeLue became a vegetarian at the age of 19. He is also a graduate of SDSU and has over 25 years of experience in health and wellness. Ingrid Meza was born in Mexico City, but spent most of her early years in El Salvador. She attended the UABC University in Ensenada, where she studied Marine Biology.

Together, the couple have taken their talents and experience and combined them together to form the San Diego vegan restaurant, Jai Fusion!

FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/jaifusion/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jai.fusion/
Email: JaiFusion1@gmail.com

 


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