May Contain Traces of Soy

Rochelle Linquist May is the host of May Contain Traces of Soy and explores ways in which we can use our individual and collective strengths to advocate for animals and play our part in creating a vegan world.
In this interview with Clare Mann, she explores what it is to be vegan in a non-vegan world and how to remain hopeful, psychologically health, inspired and inspirational and contribute to being part of the solution by bringing our respective gifts to the world.

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