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10/20/17 Chase Avior – Animal Rights March – Berkeley

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VEGAN NATION RADIO USA 91.3 FM. Archived shows at: Airing every Friday live-streaming at 12:30 pm to 1 pm ET. Hosted by Marlene Narrow WCUW Worcester, Massachusetts. October 20, 2017, interview with Chase Avior, DxE activist in Berkeley, CA. Discussion includes the Official Animal Rights March in Berkeley on Sat. 10/21.
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10/13/17 Ellie Sarty, founder of Compassion Arts


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10/13/17 Vegan Nation radio USA 91.3 FM  Interview with Ellie Sarty, founder of Compassion Arts. Hosted by Marlene Narrow, WCUW Worcester, Massachusetts.  Vegan Nation airs every Friday 12:30pm to 1:00pm ET, live-streams at  Discussing the Compassion Arts Festival in New York City Oct. 21-22.


10/06/17 Vegan Compassion

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VEGAN NATION RADIO USA 91.3 FM. Airing every Friday 12:30pm~1:00pm ET on worldwide. Hosted by Marlene Narrow, WCUW Worcester, Massachusetts. October 6, 2017, interview with Lisa, Vegan activist, one of the counter-protesters injured at Charlottesville, VA on 8/12/17. The first Friday of every month, Vegan Nation features Alfee’s Vegan Parenting Tips by Alfee R. Westgroves. Archvied shows: Radio station index:
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Compassion Company

Lisa, “I went down to Charlottesville because I believe that every Earthling has an inherent right to live free from Human exploitation and other avoidable harms. I am an Animal Rights activist and vegan. I also work with many activists who work on human issues and I have done solidarity actions before. I went down to Charlottesville as an animal rights activist acting in solidarity to fight against white supremacists. White Nationalists, Vanguard, white supremacists, kkk, nazis and other ignorant hate groups are terrorist groups no different from Isis.”

09/29/17 Auna Patricia and Jocelyn Cole

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VEGAN NATION RADIO USA 91.3 FM, airing every Friday 12:30pm~1pm(ET) WCUW Worcester, Massachusetts. Live-streaming worldwide at Hosted by Marlene Narrow. September 29, 2017 interview with Vegan activist/musician, Aúna Patricia in Javea, Spain. Also featuring the worldwide Vegan Chalk Challenge (Sept. 30-Oct.1) with Jocelyn Cole, organizer for The Save Movement, and Portland Animal Save in Oregon.
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Photo: Chalking by Sophie Berger (Belgian living in Los Angeles)


09/22/17 VeganLand – Hawaii

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VEGAN NATION RADIO USA 91.3 FM, airing every Friday 12:30pm~1pm(ET). Hosted by Marlene Narrow, WCUW Worcester,Massachusetts. Archives: & Thank you for caring enough to hear and be heard. Sept. 22nd featuring an interview with Flowers Fields and her husband, Justice Fields, including a discussion of Gentle World & their expanding opportunities at VeganLand on the Big Island of Hawaii

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For many years, Gentle World volunteers have been searching for the ideal land for the expansion of our vegan educational program in Hawaii. During this time, we have been limited by our two acres of space, even as the number of visitors seeking to participate in our program increases year by year.

Now, we are elated to announce that thanks to a generous loan from an anonymous vegan benefactor, Gentle World is the proud owner of 34 acres of magnificent countryside, in the foothills of the Kohala Mountain on the Big Island of Hawaii.

This extraordinary land has stunning mountain and ocean views, a temperate climate all year round, the deepest soil in the state, and enough room, water, sunshine and just the right elevation to grow everything from coconuts to soybeans.

Here is where we will realize our vision of VeganLand.

The property is surrounded by several other parcels (ranging in size, starting at 9 acres) that will be on the market in the next year or so. Our vision is for all the surrounding properties to become a vegan homeland. The most immediate need, however, is for vegans to buy an outstanding 88-acre piece situated across from our 34 acres. Unlike the smaller pieces, this one is currently available. This exquisite expanse of land would be the perfect place for a nature reserve, an animal sanctuary, a retreat center, or a home for a collective of vegan land-owners.

Sadly, this parcel is facing development by its owner corporation, which intends to strip the land of all its trees, before subdividing. As they are currently poised to begin this process, time is of the essence, so please contact us if you have interest in more information or if you know other vegans who might have the means and desire to be a part of acquiring this $1.5 million haven. (Please note that it is able to be subdivided into four separate parcels of 22 acres each.)

Our vision is for the entire area, including and surrounding our 34-acre VeganLand, to be an oasis of peace for the vegan in everyone, in the international hub that is Hawaii; a totally vegan reality and the first of its kind on Planet Earth, in which no animal (human or otherwise) need be afraid of the violence and cruelty of any other.

Wouldn’t that be something?” – Gentle World

09/15/17 Worldwide Animal Rights March

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Archives: Broadcasting every Friday 12:30pm~1pm(ET). September 15, 2017, featuring Official Animal Rights March worldwide; and DxE Vigil, Utah.
Hosted by Marlene Narrow, WCUW Worcester, Massachusetts.
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09/08/17 Antwan Foster-NC-Part 2

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 VEGAN NATION RADIO USA 91.3 FM Hosted by Marlene Narrow every Friday 12:30pm-1pm(ET) on WCUW 91.3 FM Worcester, Massachusetts. Listen from anywhere in the world at September 8, 2017. Interview (Part 2) with Antwan Foster, Vegan activist in Gastonia, North Carolina. Archived Vegan Nation shows:
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