What to say when you don’t know everything

So someone asks you a question about veganism and you don’t know all the information.

What do you do?

Do you try your best, wishing you had more facts to hand or do you ramble on talking about things you think they should know, even if it’s not what they’re asking.

Listen to this radio interview on 3CR Radio and become a better voice for veganism – even if you don’t know everything. The principles discussed were presented in 2015 at World Vegan Day Melbourne and the Animal Activist Forum.


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