The Hardest Part of Being Vegan Isn’t the Food

As more people adopt a vegan lifestyle, it’s important that vegans know how to advocate effectively about the moral philosophy underpinning this way of living. Janine Bancroft, a long-time social justice advocate and now host of Green Vegan Grandma, interviews Clare Mann the psychology of veganism and carnism, whistle-blowing and the battle for justice and freedom for all.


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