Mychael McNeeley studied Philosophy and Religion and continues to have interest in the ideology surrounding animal rights and veganism. Mychael also holds a BA in Philosophy from SDSU and an AS in Arboriculture from Cuyamaca.
After a horrendous event that took his son Jamie's life, Mychael has gained a whole new perspective on his own vitality.
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.
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
Silver Olympic Medalist and vegan, Dotsie Bausch wasn't always so healthy; her journey into her cycling career began when she left behind her harmful lifestyle habits of drugs and an eating disorder.
Dotsie is now the founder of Switch 4 Good; the strong and growing coalition made up of dairy-free athletes, trainers, doctors, nutritionists and influencers who have made the switch from dairy to plant-based, for good!
Plated Earth Food Fables are original short historical fiction stories about produce and its ability to connect people, culture, and history. This Food Fable tells the story of Saint Nicholas, before he became known as Santa Claus, and how his generosity sparked the tradition of leaving oranges in stockings on Christmas Eve.
Dennis gives a recap on his trip to Nassau, chats with 40-year sailing veteran Greg Stewart (aka the "Ancient Mariner" himself) about the 8 new potential challengers for the Star Sailor's League along with other big news.
Rock Vitale is the founder and creative director of I Care Vegan and the CEO of Easie; a 24/7/365 service that connects you with professionals who will get your task done when you need it! Rock is also newly vegan, and he shares some of his struggles and successes of being vegan this year.
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