Jasmin Singer is co-host of the Our Hen House Podcast, editor at large for VegNews, Vice President of Brand Editorial at Kinder Beauty, author of ‘The VegNews Guide to Being a Fabulous Vegan, TEDx Speaker, mentor at Sentient Media, and all round social justice powerhouse. Watch to the podcast on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/XlB_XqoWe00 Read more here: https://sentientmedia.orgFind Jasmin: https://www.instagram.com/OurHenHouse/https://www.ourhenhouse.org/animallaw/https://www.ourhenhouse.orghttps://jasminsinger.substack.comhttps://www.instagram.com/jasminsingerauthor/https://jasminsinger.comJasmin’s TEDx talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQ1Q2wRoYzQhttps://kinderbeauty.comhttps://vegnews.comFarmer John’s article: https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2022-06-11/farmer-john-plant-to-closeRingling Brothers article: https://www.forbes.com/sites/marisadellatto/2022/05/18/ringling-bros-circus-returns-without-animals-five-years-after-closing/C Lou Hamilton https://www.ourhenhouse.org/episode-524-c-lou-hamilton-on-veganism-sex-and-politics/Jasmin’s piece in Yahoo Life: https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/spent-82000-making-my-new-home-eco-friendly-131755566.htmlEncompass Essays series: https://sentientmedia.org/category/encompass-essays/Apex advocacy: https://www.apexadvocacy.org
The amazing and fabulous Jasmin Singer is a worldwide leading expert on veganism, the co-host of the -running Our Hen House podcast, a longtime contributor to VegNews magazine as well as the author and editor of numerous books. Hope and Jasmin had a ton of fun covering a lot of territory starting with reminiscing about being vegan in the 90s, Jasmin’s journey writing her memoir, and her evolution coming from the LGBTQ movement into the animal rights space and how that overlaps and connects. They talk the groundbreaking anthology that Jasmin recently edited about anti-racism in the animal rights movement, they discuss thin privilege and discrimination against larger bodied people and how that manifests in the vegan community, as well as the adventure of making her new home in upper state New York net zero. Resources:Website: https://jasminsinger.comBlog: Jasmin’s JargonPodcast: Our Hen House Books: The VegNews Guide to Being a Fabulous Vegan,Always Too Much and Never Enough: A Memoir Anthology: Antiracism in Animal Advocacy: Igniting Cultural TransformationEpisode 24: Fat Justice and Veganism with Andy TabarWhat We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About Fat by Aubrey Gorden Encompass
E20: A Discussion with Jasmin Singer, Part 2: Animal Advocacy Activist and Editor of Antiracism in Animal Advocacy: Igniting Cultural Transformation
The Deal With Animals with Marika S. Bell
Episode 3 of Series 3: Equity and Social Justice in Animal Advocacy A discussion with Jasmin Singer, Editor of Encompass Essays Antiracism in Animal Advocacy: Igniting Cultural Transformation....We had a conversation about an issue that is important to all of us and yet both her and I being white, have mostly seen the privileged side of this. So there are moments that we have a difficult time putting into words our thoughts or even recognizing the white privilege that we hold. After the interview Jasmin contacted me with some of the same concerns I had already felt. Neither of us being experts, Had we done Justice to the topic? Could we put this discussion out into the world? In the end we decided we should, because just as the book suggested, we were having the difficult conversation and trying to work out how we can make things better. And even if we don't get it right we are going to try and we're going to keep trying. So if nothing else, this is an excellent example of the kind of conversation that we all need to be having! Because we're not going to get it right the first time, and making the effort is important. Perhaps by sharing our effort we will encourage others to do the same. Listen to the audio essays form the book on Our Hen House Podcast! Episode 612.5: "Antiracism in Animal Advocacy" Audio Series Episode Part I - Awakening - Our Hen House Bio- Jasmin Singer is the author of The VegNews Guide to Being a Fabulous Vegan (Hachette Go, 2020) and the memoir Always Too Much and Never Enough (Penguin Random House Berkley; 2016). She's the co-founder and co-host of the award-winning Our Hen House podcast and nonprofit (now in its eleventh year), the Director of Content & Partnerships for Kinder Beauty, and the editor of the Encompass Essays: Antiracism in Animal Advocacy: Igniting Cultural Transformation. Jasmin was named a “40 Under 40” by The Advocate Magazine, a top “Eco-Preneur” by Go Magazine, and can be seen in documentaries including Vegucated and The Ghosts In Our Machine. She has been a featured expert on TV shows such as “The Dr. Oz Show,” has contributed to several anthologies and led hundreds of workshops around the globe, and debuted her Tedx talk—“Compassion Unlocks Identity”—last year. Jasmin’s career started twenty years ago as an AIDS-awareness activist with the educational theater company, and she later went on to become the Campaigns Manager for Farm Sanctuary. Jasmin is committed to using personal narrative as a means to create change; emboldening and collaborating with do-gooders to tell their stories; creatively using media as a means of activism; and continuing to learn about the endless overlaps within social justice, and let that information inform her change-making efforts. Theme Music composed by Kai Strandskov www.kaistrandskov.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anthrozoo/message
"How To Be a Fabulous Vegan" Interview /w Jasmin Singer Episode 59
The Plant Based News Podcast
Hi Plant Friends and welcome to another episode of the PBN Podcast. I am your host Robbie Lockie. On this weeks episode we meet the bubbly and colourful vegan Jasmin Singer. At the age of twenty-four, Jasmin Singer turned to veganism after watching a film about factory farming. Learning about the horrors of the dairy and egg production led her to incorporate animal rights into her LGBTQ+ and feminist activism. Jasmin then began volunteering at PETA's headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia, and began steering her career toward animal rights activism.As well as being a leading expert, Jasmin Singer is now a hugely visible presence within the vegan community. She is a coveted speaker on topics including radical body positivity, personal narrative as a means of social justice, and how to change the world for animals. She is also the author of The VegNews Guide to Being a Fabulous Vegan and Always Too Much and Never Enough: A Memoir.Along with her co-host Mariann Sullivan, Jasmin and her team continue to “change the world for animals” on the long-running, award-winning podcast, Our Hen House. I was fortunate to feature on one of their episodes, I will link it down in the show notes.Jasmin’s incredible contribution to animal rights does not stop there. She is the former Senior Editor for VegNews Magazine and the longtime love columnist and celebrity interviewer. In 2020, Jasmin had the enviable job of interviewing actor Joaquin Phoenix, who had used his prominence to not only effectively veganize the menu at the Academy Awards, but also treat his acceptance speech as a way of sharing his concerns for animal rights issues. You may well have seen Jasmin appearing in various documentaries such as The Ghosts In Our Machine and Vegucated. She has also contributed to many anthologies such as Running Eating Thinking; Defiant Daughters; Voices for Animal Liberation; Queer & Trans Voices; and Circles of Compassion. As an actor, Jasmin starred in the film The Bra Mitzvah and has appeared in television commercials. She holds a BFA in Acting from Pace University, and is a certified holistic health counsellor. Jasmin is a long-time activist across many realms, including animal activism, LGBTQ activism, and antiracism. As always if you love this episode please don't forget to comment, like and share and if you are on Apple Podcasts please do leave us a review it really helps get the message out there.Find out more about Jasmin here https://jasminsinger.comThe PBN Podcast is produced by Robbie Lockie & edited by Phil Marriott* The Show Notes *00:03:38 The vegan journey - how it all started00:10:29 Noticing changes in the vegan shift00:11:34 The vegan movement challenged by capitalism00:17:41 Experiencing classism 00:20:26 Racial identity00:26:19 Compassion and respect for humans00:28:55 Balancing family culture and heritage with a vegan lifestyle 00:32:22 Ted Talk00:38:47 Are human beings born with compassion? Or do we have to learn it?00:40:11 Does bullying make you a stronger person?00:43:35 Dealing with the problems of bullying00:45:30 Working for Veg News 00:47:59 The first Veg News book: The Veg News Guide To Being A Fabulous Vegan 00:58:13 The Kinder Beauty Box 01:01:04 Stranded on a desert island
Look Good, Feel Good and Do Good by Becoming a Fabulous Vegan with Jasmin Singer.
The Healthification Podcast
My guest today believes, if there was ever a time to become a fabulous vegan this is it and I could not agree more! Jasmin Singer is a worldwide leading expert on veganism and a coveted speaker on topics including radical body positivity, personal narrative as a means of social justice, and how to change the world for animals. Jasmin ... READ MORE The post Look Good, Feel Good and Do Good by Becoming a Fabulous Vegan with Jasmin Singer. appeared first on Healthification.
173: Jasmin Singer and the Cruelty-Free Star Trek Vegan Utopian Future We're Heading Towards
Broccoli and Ice Cream
Jasmin Singer! Author! Editor! Speaker! Actor! Activist! Podcaster! Lesbian! Vegan! Friend! More! Her new book is "The VegNews Guide to Being a Fabulous Vegan." Her website is here. And her conversation with me is right here right now enjoy!
Jasmin Singer is the author of “The VegNews Guide to Being a Fabulous Vegan” and the memoir “Always Too Much and Never Enough“. She’s the co-founder & co-host of the award-winning Our Hen House podcast & nonprofit (now in its eleventh year), the Director of Editorial for Kinder Beauty, & the editor of the Encompass Essays: “Pursuing Racial Equity in Animal Advocacy”. Jasmin was named a “40 Under 40” by The Advocate Magazine, a top “Eco-Preneur” by Go Magazine & can be seen in documentaries including “Vegucated” & “The Ghosts In Our Machine”. Full show notes are here: https://sentientism.info/a-fabulous-vegan-future-jasmin-singer-new-sentientist-conversation The video version of our conversation is here on YouTube. In these Sentientist Conversations (subscribe!), we talk about the two most important questions: “what’s real?” & “what matters?”. Sentientism is “evidence, commitment & compassion for all sentient beings.” We discuss: Jasmin’s activist journey & roles (& books) Gaslighting re: animal agriculture 1980’s milk & meat marketing Atheism, naturalism, comparative religion Compassion in religion, but also serious ethical problems Growing up as a reform Jew, celebrating Christmas & Hannukah The mental gymnastics more “moderate” religions (like reform Judaism) have to do to move away from the harmful ethics at the core of many religions Humanism’s focus on the human species Do kids start out naturalistic and then get taught fabrications? And much more... You can find Jasmin at @jasmin_singer & jasminsinger.com. Subscribe to Our Hen House as well as to the Sentientism podcast! Sentientism is “Evidence, reason & compassion for all sentient beings.” More at sentientism.info. Join our “wall” using this simple form. Everyone interested, Sentientist or not, is welcome to join our groups. Our main one is here on FaceBook. Thanks to @cgbessellieu for his post-prod work.
S3, Ep13: Fat Acceptance & Veganism with Jasmin Singer
The ChickPeeps Vegan Podcast
This season of The ChickPeeps is brought to you by our friends at Vivo Life! Use our code 'chickpeeps10' to get 10% off your order at vivolife.com. In this episode Evy and Momo interview animal rights activist, author, speaker and actress, Jasmin Singer about fat acceptance and veganism. Jasmin is the co-founder of the award-winning podcast & nonprofit organisation, Our Hen House, former Senior Editor of VegNews, and is Director of Content and Partnerships at Kinder Beauty. Jasmin shares her journey of fat acceptance and notes the sizeism present in the vegan movement, giving us an insight into how we can be more mindful in our activism, as well as accepting ourselves exactly as we are. While you’re listening, please take a moment to check out the link to our sponsor. Not only are Vivo Life a great, vegan company, but their support also allows us to continue to produce The ChickPeeps for you! We love them and their products and we think you will too. Also in this episode… Jasmin shares how her relationship to her body and the word fat has changed over time. Is veganism sizeist? Jasmin shares the spectrum of her experiences being fat and thin within the vegan community. The Plant Based “Diet” - we discuss the pressure on vegans to be in optimal health, and how the plant based movement often pushes diet culture on vegans as a way to promote the lifestyle. Why it is vital for us to combat sizeism within our movement and liberate ourselves from oppressive mentalities. How we can overcome our body image issues and fear of being judged for our bodies, to focus on being powerful activists for animals. How to handle anti-vegan body-shaming trolls. Jasmin explains her definition of healthy and how it has evolved to encompass how she feels, as much as how she looks. Jasmin shares advice on how to love your body through each chapter of life. Loving yourself and animals: we discuss the challenge of balancing one’s personal and public callings, making time for self care as well as showing up for animals. Jasmin shares what hobbies she enjoys to de-stress and stay sane! Jasmin discusses her new book, The VegNews Guide to Being a Fabulous Vegan. Links: Follow Jasmin on Instagram and Twitter. Our Hen House Podcast Jasmin’s new book The VegNews Guide to Being a Fabulous Vegan Jasmin’s first book Always Too Much and Never Enough Size-inclusive fashion brand Compassion Co Encompass Essays: Pursuing Racial Equity in Animal Advocacy Get In Touch: Bonus Content: ChickPeeps Patreon Instagram: @ChickPeepsPod Facebook: @ChickPeepsPodcast
Investing in Veganism for 2021, with Jasmin Singer, author of “The VegNews Guide for Being a Fabulous Vegan”, and Mark Perlmutter, founder of The Vegan Investing Club
We enter January with goals of investing for a vegan future. Interview with Mark Perlmutter, founder of The Vegan Investing Club. And feature interview with Jasmin Singer on her new book "The VegNews Guide to Being a Fabulous Vegan"!Read more →