Join this insightful discussion with Collective Liberation and Social Justice Activist, Iye Bako. In this chat with host Shriya, Iye recalls how her health journey propelled her entry into Animal Rights, addresses the importance of representation in the movement, emphasizes the power of seeking inspiration from and collaborating with other social justice movements, and drives home the message that all oppression is interconnected.
But that doesn't have to be a daunting undertaking. Because by pulling a single thread in the fabric of oppression, we can untangle and dismantle ALL oppression. A just, equitable, vegan world is one where every living, feeling, sentient being is granted the respect they inherently deserve.
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