Vystopia and Parents Encouraging Empathy Towards Animals in their Children

Laurent Levy of The Other Animals Podcast and Clare Mann discuss the importance of parents encouraging empathy towards animals in their children. They explore becoming vegan and how Clare’s first memory of gross injustice involved animals.  As with of PETA’s founder Ingrid Newkirk previously on the podcast, this planted the seeds for later commitment to contributing towards animal liberation. Laurent and Clare also discuss vystopia and becoming an instrument for change in our not-yet vegan world.

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