117 The Injustice of Mass Incarceration & Why Vegans Should Care (Part 1)

In the first of our two-part series, Nichole and Callie discuss what mass incarceration is, how we came to have the system we do today, how the system currently works (including topics like bail, pleading guilty vs not-guilty, and who is actually in prison), and then we end with a heartbreaking story from Kalief Browder about his tragic experience in our prison system.

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116 The High Cost of Being Poor

A common tactic in the vegan movement is to talk about how affordable veganism is. But that doesn’t hold true for many people. To illustrate this point, the princesses tackle how expensive it is to have no money.

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111 Intersectionality Redux: a Response to the Unnatural Vegan- Part 2

We’re back with part 2 of our blow-by-blow breakdown of what is wrong with the Unnatural Vegan’s recent “Why I’m not an intersectional/social justice vegan” video, and also using this as an opportunity to go back and do intersectionality right.

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110 Intersectionality Redux: a Response to the Unnatural Vegan- Part 1

We are on 10 today, talking about the Unnatural Vegan’s recent “Why I’m not an intersectional/social justice vegan” video, and also using this as an opportunity to go back and do intersectionality right.

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