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Generation Vegan

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GenerationV - voice of the Vegan Generation. Podcast produced by Animal Advocates in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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GenerationV - voice of the Vegan Generation. Podcast produced by Animal Advocates in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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My least favorite podcast

By VeganBoston.com - Apr 29 2006
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This is my least favorite vegan podcast.

Bay Area Vegans Unite

By altveg - Mar 26 2006
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If you're in the San Fransico Bay area, you have to give this one a listen. They discuss local events, activism, and various resources that Bay Area vegans can use on a daily basis. Chris and Tammy talk about their own activism and experiences as living as vegans in today's world. Beyond that, their podcast is useful for anyone who wants to incorporate more vegan activism into his/her daily life.

iTunes Ratings

3 Ratings
Average Ratings
2
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0
0
1

My least favorite podcast

By VeganBoston.com - Apr 29 2006
Read more
This is my least favorite vegan podcast.

Bay Area Vegans Unite

By altveg - Mar 26 2006
Read more
If you're in the San Fransico Bay area, you have to give this one a listen. They discuss local events, activism, and various resources that Bay Area vegans can use on a daily basis. Chris and Tammy talk about their own activism and experiences as living as vegans in today's world. Beyond that, their podcast is useful for anyone who wants to incorporate more vegan activism into his/her daily life.

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Generation Vegan

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GenerationV - voice of the Vegan Generation. Podcast produced by Animal Advocates in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Warning: This podcast has few episodes.

This means there isn't enough episodes to provide the most popular episodes. Here's the rankings of the current episodes anyway, we recommend you to revisit when there's more episodes!

Rank #1: Generation Vegan Podcast #7 – Food as Advocacy

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This episode contains a presentation by Alex Bury on using food as an advocacy tool. Alex is a vegan chef, a full time PETA staffer and an instructor for McDougall. She also writes the Heart Smart Cooking Column for our monthly BAVeg newsletter. We also talk about the Farm Sanctuary Foie Gras campaign and vegan artists “Was Someone”.

GenerationV – Show #7

Duration: 40:56 mins [18.8MB]

Show links:

Cool vegan artists – Was Someone
Farm Sanctuary – Foie Gras Campaign – Chicago folks call/write your legislators
PETAs Cat Vomit Warning Sign
Alex Bury’s Talk [recipes from talk] [event photos]
Mailing List

Don’t forget to send us your feedback and suggestions for the show, or leave us a voicemail at (415) 57-VEG-57

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Feb 07 2006

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Rank #2: Generation Vegan Podcast #6 – Meatout planning, ideas and more

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Meatout is coming up fast, so we thought we’d have a show covering some ideas for you to think about. We also talk about some rants and raves, an activist giveaway, our new GenV mailing list and our veggie frappr map.

GenerationV – Show #6

Duration: 21:42 mins

1) Activist Giveaway – but we need your feedback
2) Vegan Rants and Raves

3) Planning ahead for the Great American Meatout – Ideas
4) Frappr Map

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Feb 01 2006

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Rank #3: GenV #12 – Veg Pride, New Book / Give-away, Santa Cruz and more

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A bit about the gap
New Book – Vegetarian Bay Area: The Ultimate Guide
Santa Cruz Trip Report
Outreach update – Tips from Gay Pride and other summer events
Five things You can do with a “Why Vegan”
Vegan on the Spot
Contest Submission (Question in show)
Music by Dana Lyons – Cows With Guns

GenV – Show #12

Duration: 43:07 mins [20MB]

Notes

San Francisco Pride Photos
Why Vegan [PDF Version]
Vegetarian Bay Area: The Ultimate Guide
Santa Cruz Vegetarian Restaurants
Photos from Santa Cruz Trip

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Jul 05 2006

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Rank #4: Genv #11 – Use the Law, Help the Animals

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In this show we present a talk by Virginia Handley – “Use the Law, Help the Animals“. This was a Compassionate Living presentation sponsored by Bay Area Vegetarians that happened earlier this month in San Francisco.

Due to its length, this entire episode is focused on Virginia’s presentation. We will return with our regular format next time.

GenV – Show #11

Duration: 52:43 mins [24MB]

Virginia has been a lobbyist working for the animals for over 30 years. She’s on the board of directors for PawPAC (California Political Action Committee for Animals) and Animal Switchboard in San Francisco, and formally the local representative for Fund for Animals and HSUS.

Much of the talk is California centric, but a fascinating insight on how the legislative process works, strategies on how to introduce your own bills, how you can support bills, and how you can basically use the law to help animals.

Handout

The Life Cycle of Legislation

Links
PawPAC
Animal Switchboard

[Apologies for the background noise and music - we were in a shared space and it was hard to control the environment.]

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Mar 29 2006

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Rank #5: GenV #10 – Angry Vegan Rants and Raves

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We’ve had a busy couple of weeks and wanted to share. While recording, the show really turned into a serious vegan rant. We try not to take ourselves too seriously but we just needed to share some of this before we burst! Yes, the Angry Vegan Rants .. and some Raves, too.

GenV – Show #10

Duration: 51:05 mins [20MB]

This episode includes:

Week in review
Compassionate Living column debuts in the Pacifica Tribune + offer to help others get started with something similar
Bay Area Veg Guide on your iPod
Earth Day Planning
Travelling vegan
Do One Activist Activity every month
PETA’s Top Veg Cities
Vegan Retirement home / 97 year old vegetarian has trouble getting a decent hospital meal
Bill may allow dogs at Florida restaurants
Quick peel potatos
Free AR Movies

Rants and Raves/Angry Vegans Unite!
Cafe Gratitude – I am Pretentious / Veganism in big business
Pepparoni Pizza Delivery / Vegan & AR Apparel
Short Sighted or Blind
Strange emails and requests we get
“So you eat squirrel, don’t you?”
The Good and Bad points of working with national groups – what works / what does not

Activism Spot
Earth Day Ideas
Five things You Can Do to Help the Animals by Dino

Vegan on the Spot
George from San Francisco

Send us your Vegan on the Spot recordings by email (MP3) or on our vmail 415 57 VEG 57 (578-3457).

Music by David Serotkin. David is a vegetarian musician from the San Francisco Bay Area. The track Freeline is from his debut album None But This Time.

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Mar 15 2006

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