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THE LIVEGAN PODCAST

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Join The Livegan Podcast with hosts Kevin Lahey and Ben Le Roi, as they interview inspirational leaders in the animal rights community and help vegan activists become more effective.
Kevin is an ex-undercover investigator with CARE and Mercy for Animals
Ben is co-founder of Nation Rising

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E75: Nigel Osborne
Nigel Osborne is the Executive Director of Egg-Truth.com - an organization dedicated to educating the public about the true nature of egg production from hatchery to plate. Their goals are to explain egg consumption’s negative impact on human health, To showcase the many healthy and delicious egg-free alternatives and recipes, And to invite individuals to consider leaving eggs off their plate entirely.Nigel has years of experience related to animal rights and on-line advocacy.  He has an extensive background in the publishing, outdoor advertising, printing, and web design industries. Nigel seeks to increase awareness among the public about global egg production and expose the conditions for the billions of hens condemned to egg laying every year.Go to egg-truth.com and sign up for our newsletter. As a recipient receive a unique password each month to a hidden directory on our website where activists can access all of our social media memes and print-ready artwork for our "Egg-Free Get Started" booklet, signs to be used for vigils, public protests and even our outdoor advertising posters.Wrap upNews of the Day Excuse of the Day: Vegan Food is too processed!The Livegan Podcast Patreon Page The Livegan Podcast Facebook PageThe Livegan Podcast Instagram PageSupport the show
E74: Mark Devries
In 2012, Mark Devries released the documentary, Speciesism, which has been featured in Scientific American, The Huffington Post , CNN Headline News, Psychology Today, The Sydney Morning Herald, and others. Mark also filmed the world’s first aerial drone footage of factory farms, released as part of his Factory Farm Drone Project, which has been viewed by tens of millions worldwide and received global press coverage.Mark has given talks at Harvard Law School, Stanford Law School, Dartmouth College, Brown University, and many other venues worldwide.He is also an attorney, licensed to practice law in Washington, DC and a full time staff member for the animal protection group Mercy For Animals. Watch the movie here:https://speciesismthemovie.com/Wrap upNews of the Day Excuse of the Day: A famous celebrity went vegan and then stopped!The Livegan Podcast Patreon Page The Livegan Podcast Facebook PageThe Livegan Podcast Instagram PageSupport the show
E73: Toni Okamoto
TONI OKAMOTO is the founder of the very popular website Plant Based on a Budget, which offers a food blog, meal plans, and useful tips on how to save money. She’s also the author of The Super Easy Vegan Slow Cooker Cookbook, and the co-author of The Friendly Vegan Cookbook. Her newest book Plant Based on a Budget was just released this year!Toni's website, Plant Based on a BudgetToni's newest book, Plant Based on a BudgetWrap upNews of the Day Excuse of the Day: Farmers will lose their livelihood!The Livegan Podcast Patreon Page The Livegan Podcast Facebook PageThe Livegan Podcast Instagram PageSupport the show
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Started
Sep 30th, 2017
Latest Episode
Jul 3rd, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
76
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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