In this episode, we speak with Dylan Nagy of Vegan Pittsburgh, which is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization that promotes local businesses that offer vegan options and connects those businesses with locals and visitors to the city that wish to support them.
The "Mighty" Donny Moss ("Mighty" is a nickname Donny earned in this episode) is an animal-rights campaigner in New York City and runs the website TheirTurn.net, which documents the animal-rights movement in NYC and around the country.
Paula Fouce is the director of "The Dark Hobby" and joins Humane Action Podcast to discuss the film.
Hawaii is ground zero in the global struggle to save marine wildlife. "The Dark Hobby" is an expose on Native Hawaiian Elders, conservationists, and scientists who stop at nothing to ensure the survival of these tiny creatures that are targets of a trade worth billions.
Humane Action Pittsburgh representatives, Natalie and Sam Ahwesh, join the show to discuss some of the recent victories for the organization and for Pittsburgh animals!
Officer Luffey has been an officer with the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police for over 25 years. She has handled countless cases involving animal neglect and abuse.
Included in this episode, Officer Luffey recounts the famous story of her rescue dog, Effie.
Two burly and handsome hunks (Sam Ahwesh and Ryan Walker) and one moderately attractive and somewhat out-of-shape hink (Jason Hinkledire) from the HAP gang convene for this episode to discuss the continually evolving (and seemingly diminishing) stereotypes of being a male animal-rights proponent in the modern world.
HAP Podcast co-host Natalie Ahwesh and HAP Vice-President Shannon Dickerson guide the conversation with their insightful questions.