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Ronnie Lee Podcasts

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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ronnie Lee. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ronnie Lee, often where they are interviewed.

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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ronnie Lee. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ronnie Lee, often where they are interviewed.

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With Ronnie Lee - DESTINATION: ANIMAL LIBERATION (PART 2) - Episode 15

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Exploring:

How funding salaried mentors for local grassroots groups could radically change the direction of the movement.

Why environmentalism can't be ignored if we are to achieve animal liberation.

The incompatibility of vegan ethics and a capitalist system, and why the movement needs to align with leftist values.

Tune in for a smattering of ancient Chinese proverbs, a serving of cold tea, a dose of Ronnie's infectious laugh and a surprise visit from Izzy, an elbow biting terrorist. 

Aug 05 2020 · 1hr 1min
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With Ronnie Lee - DESTINATION: ANIMAL LIBERATION (PART 1) - Episode 14

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Exploring:

Ronnie's early days as an Animal Rights Activist and the birth of the ALF. 

His experiences in prison, why he went on hunger strike, and how the ALF actions affected the movement.

The importance of vegan education and local grassroots advocacy.

We pass through stories of peanut butter prohibition, sheep dog karmic revenge and flour bomb terror. And look out for a cameo appearance by damage expert activist Misty cat.

Jul 29 2020 · 1hr 27mins
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Ronnie Lee - Pamplin NW Sports Podcast with Kerry Eggers

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Kerry Eggers interviews basketball great Ronnie Lee.
Mar 05 2020 · 33mins
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Steak, Lobster Tail, Apple Pie, Vanilla Ice Cream and 7-Up- Episode 36- Ronnie Lee Gardner

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With a last meal of steak, lobster tail, apple pie, vanilla ice cream and 7-Up, followed by a 48-hour fast while watching The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Ronnie Lee Gardner seemingly was at peace with his fate. He was to die by firing squad- a method that had last been used 14 years prior.

Join Lisa and Matt as they recount the troubled life and controversal death of Ronnie Lee Gardner and whether or not we have a justice system set up to punish or rehabilitate. Should Ronnie Lee Gardner have been sentenced to death...did the punishment fit the crime?

*Please note all opinions in the show are solely in regards to the specific case we are discussing in this episode*

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Aug 31 2018 · 1hr 21mins
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Episode 8: Ronnie Lee (Part 1)

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In which Mr Whippy speaks with animal liberation legend Ronnie Lee - or, as the film Okja describes him, "some guy from the 1970s [who] wrote a fucking credo". Ronnie discusses his entry into animal rights and hunt sabotage, early sabbing experiences, and the fledgling days of the Animal Liberation Front.

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* Ronnie Lee biography, "The Animals' Freedom Fighter" available from Active Distribution here: https://www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/books/4388-the-animals-freedom-fighter.html
Jul 29 2018 · 1hr 5mins
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E22: Ronnie Lee

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Vegan since the 1970's, Ronnie Lee is co-founder of the Animal Liberation Front (ALF) and has served a total of 9 years in prison for animal liberation related crimes.
 Following his release from his last prison sentence, Ronnie spent 13 years coordinating a campaign against the UK greyhound racing industry, before moving on to concentrate his efforts on vegan education and political campaigning.

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Excuse of the Day: I can't eat soy tho!
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Mar 20 2018 · 1hr 11mins
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Not Your Milk Podcast - E36 - Ronnie Lee

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On this episode I speak with vegan activist and founder of the Animal Liberation Front Ronnie Lee. We discuss being vegan for over 40 years, how the Animal Liberation Front got started and Ronnie’s new book The Animals’ Freedom Fighter.
Dec 17 2017 · 1hr 40mins
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Ram It, Jam It #28: Ronnie Lee Gipson

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This episode features Ronnie Lee Gipson, bass player for Golden Monica and Thee Crown Imperials, and member of just about every other band you’ve heard of in Tuscaloosa or Birmingham. Gipson discusses growing up with a talented guitarist for a father, watching The Dexateens practice in his basement when he was a teenager and learning every instrument he could so he could join any band he could.

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Mar 21 2016 ·
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ARZone Podcast 58: Ronnie Lee - Encouraging Vegan Education

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Episode 58 features
ARZone admin Ronnie Lee.

Ronnie Lee, famous as the
founder of ALF (Animal Liberation Front), speaks with his fellow ARZone admins
about his most recent project called Encouraging Vegan Education (EVE). He also
talks about why the ALF has not been as effective as many had hoped, about the
long history of veganism within the animal protection movement, about the best
ways to
Dec 24 2012 ·
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ARZone Podcast 42: Ronnie Lee on the ALF & Direct Action

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Ronnie Lee, founder of the Animal Liberation Front talks about how he is still identified with the ALF, what he thinks about the role of direct action in the movement for other animals, and how he believes that progress depends on education an political involvement.
You may also listen H E R E 
or visit this webpage to subscribe using iTunes, and please  remember to visit ARZone on the web
Sep 03 2012 ·
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