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Dr. Corey Lee Wrenn featured on Maine Public Radio

Vegan Feminist Network

Dr. Corey Lee Wrenn was featured on Maine public radio, Animal Sounds on WMPG 90.9FM on July 13th, 2016 to discuss Vegan Feminist Network advocacy strategies. In this 30 minute program Dr. Wrenn addresses intersections of sexism, speciesism, ableism and more in colloquially used oppressive language. You can listen by clicking here.

 

Cover for "A Rational Approach to Animal Rights." Shows a smiling piglet being held up by human hands.

Readers can learn more about how to challenge oppressive ideologies in vegan advocacy and the importance of a pro-intersectional approach in Dr. Wrenn’s 2016 publication, A Rational Approach to Animal Rights.

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The Pollination Project Funds Vegan Feminist Network

The Pollination Project has awarded Vegan Feminist Network a grant to support our expansion. I founded VFN in 2013 with the goal of building bridges between academia and advocacy and increasing diversity in the Nonhuman Animal rights movement. This grant will allow us to continue volunteer-based authorship of essays and resources, provide regular daily updates on current events, increase coverage of various topics in intersectionality, provide educational materials that can be printed out for distribution in advocacy events, and help pay in advance for several years of web hosting, allowing for a significant saving in web-hosting fees.

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