Posts Tagged ‘structural solutions’

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Nick is joined by Roger Yates – a sociologist, activist with The Vegan Information Project and host of The Animal Rights Show. They discuss the utopian animal rights mockumentary Carnage and The Game Changers Netflix documentary, on athletes eating a plant-based diet.

Other topics discussed include: animal rights versus animal welfare, language and social justice, and sociology versus psychology. This episode is a continuation of a discussion between Roger and Nick over on Freedom of Species, which you can listen to here.

We finish the show by discussing the Black Lives Matter protests in the US, the radical flank effect, and parallels with police racism in Australia and media coverage of the Dominion Animal Liberation disruption.

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Clips:

NOFX ‘The Marxist Brothers’, IdlesI’m Scum’, The Style Council ‘Bloodsports’.

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You can listen to this episode above, subscribe to our podcast on iTunes and add us to your favourites on Stitcher. You can also listen to this episode on Cyber Ears or download it on Archive.org (66mins, 47MB).

On this show we speak out against the constant accusations of hypocrisy made against anyone advocating for the environment. For more on this, you can read Nick’s article on the topic.

We finish the show by discussing the documentary The Game Changers on Netflix, which looks into plant-based athletes.

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Clips:

Bugzy MaloneCome Through’, Bo BurnhamOh Bo’, Needed Sound EffectsTime Travel Clip Sound Effect’, Russell Brand ‘Lewis Hamilton, Veganism & Hypocrisy’, Adam Ruins Everything – Going Green: ‘The Corporate Conspiracy to Blame You for Their Trash’, Anti-Flag ‘The Debate is Over’, The Adventures of Lano and Woodley (series 2, episode 4), The DeclineBrovine’.

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Image from the Juice Media’s Australia Day (Piracy parody) video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UytdM-x3cv4

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This episode features journalist, trade unionist and Indigenous rights activist Celeste Liddle discussing Invasion Day. This talk was recorded at the 2017 Invasion Day protest in Melbourne. You can listen to audio of this entire event here. We encourage everyone in Australia to go along to an Invasion Day/Survival Day event in your city this year (details below) – you can find more details about the Melbourne event here.

In our discussion on Invasion Day, we also discuss the radio station Triple J changing the date of their hottest 100. If you’d like to hear more about Invasion Day, you can listen to our 22nd episode.

This episode also features our first vodcast where we promote our new Crowd Funding campaign. Those supporting this campaign can choose the topics we cover on the show in 2018! Please support our campaign here.

We also play the final part of our discussion with designer and anthropologist Michael Palmyre, who is a part of the design initiative How Might We Do Good. This section of the discussion covers science, social media, the limitations of “green” capitalism, and individual versus structural solutions to inequality. This discussion is elaborating on points from Mike’s talk ‘Are We Using Design to Make the World a Less Valuable Place?’ which we played on episode 196 and also discussed further on episode 197.

Clips:

Local Resident FailureWhere the Bloody Hell Are Ya?’, Aamer RahmanAustralia Day’, Chants from the rally and speech by Celeste Liddle from the Invasion Day 2017 protest in Melbourne, Video for our Crowd Funding campaign: ‘Support our Podcast and choose the topics we cover in 2018!’, Bomb the Music IndustryStand There Until You’re Sober’, Kev CarmodyThou Shalt Not Steal’.