Temple Grandin, world-famous author and speaker on both autism and animal behavior, sits down with Alaqua Founder Laurie Hood for incredible conversations about Temple's amazing life story and accomplishments. In this Part One interview, Temple reflects on the making of the HBO five-time Emmy award-winning film about her that was portrayed by Claire Danes. The Colorado State University professor of animal sciences also talks about her current projects giving us more insight as to what makes her a true icon and difference maker.
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TEMPLE GRANDIN: https://templegrandin.com/
LAURIE HOOD & ALAQUA: https://alaqua.org/
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ABOUT LAURIE HOOD'S DIFFERENCE MAKERS
Our podcast series celebrates the work of animal advocates from around the globe who have dedicated their lives to animal protection and safety. These "difference makers" are doing extraordinary things to help all types of animals protect their overall welfare. In each episode, Laurie and her guests exchange larger-than-life tales of triumphs and setbacks and discuss how they got started advocating for animals, all the while inspiring others to join their movement.
It is a must-watch for all animal lovers and a rallying cry to help create much-needed and lasting change in our society. Whether you watch or listen to the podcasts, our hope is that you will be entertained, informed, inspired, and encouraged to get involved—in your own community or across the globe.