Tune in! Monday, May 16, 2022. Listen here worldwide: wcuw.org/listen Mondays at 4 PM Eastern time . Half-hour vegan music & news show coming to you from Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. Hosted by Marlene Narrow WCUW 91.3 FM
Vegan Nation features V-COP 9: Million Vegan Grandmothers Learn about them & Freya Dinshah & American Vegan Center! Monday, May 9, 2022 Tune in to Vegan Nation, WCUW 91.3 FM. Listen online worldwide: wcuw.org/listen (Mondays) 4 PM Eastern time (4 pm EST to 4:30 pm). 1/2 hour radio show hosted by Marlene Narrow, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. Archives: vegansradio.com Thank you for caring enough to hear and be heard; and much thanks for your vegan activism. Tami Hay, founder of A Million Vegan Grandmothers. Freya Dinshah became American Vegan Society president in 2000 after being secretary since 1960. She has been a Trustee since 1960. She is editor of American Vegan magazine (2000-present) and author of The Vegan Kitchen, the first US cookbook (1965) with vegan in its title. Freya is coauthor with her daughter Anne of the book Apples, Bean Dip, and Carrot Cake: Kids! Teach Yourself to Cook (2012). Judy Carman and Tami interview Freya at V-COP9 (May 1st). Music in this episode is by Mobius Loop https://www.mobiusloop.co.uk/mission
Vegan Nation celebrates International Respect for Chickens Day! Also, sharing content about beagles and monkeys in laboratories, and the activists devoted to freeing them. Featuring exciting news about vegan dairy products & compassion. Tune in Monday, May 2, 2022 to Vegan Nation on WCUW 91.3 FM. Hear it worldwide : wcuw.org/listen, Mondays, 4 PM EST. Vegan Nation, a half-hour radio show is hosted by Marlene Narrow, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. Archives: vegansradio.com.
On April 25, 2022, Vegan Nation celebrates World Day for Laboratory Animals (4-24). Interview (Part 2) with Dr. Armaiti May, founder of VAPA – Veterinary Association for the Protection of Animals. Topic includes health freedom in Veganism.
Music by Monkeys with Drums (“It’s OK to Love Me”); Entyce The Lyrical Vegan (“BEaster”); and Will Tuttle (“Calves Song” & “To Be Free”)
Announcing V-COP9: Vegan Convergence of the Peoples #9 (Apr 30 – May 1)
Thank you for caring enough to hear and be heard. Thank you for your support of Community radio. Vegan Nation host: Marlene Narrow, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. Listen to the On-Air broadcast of Vegan Nation every Monday at 4 PM EST on WCUW 91.3 FM online wcuw.org/listen (Mondays at 4). Vegan Nation is a 1/2 hr radio show featuring vegan news, events, interviews and music. Archives: vegansradio.com
“Human Freedom requires Animal Liberation” Vegan Nation celebrates Patriots’ Day 2022 with an interview with Dr. Armaiti May. Tune in Monday, April 18, 2022! Dr. May attended the Defeat the Mandates rally in Los Angeles (April 10th). We’ll hear all about it; and also enjoy music by The Sonic Universe, who performed at the Defeat The Mandates Coast to Coast rally & festival in L.A. This episode also continues as Part 2 of the interview with vegan activists, Gene Maurillo in San Diego, California; and David Giardina in New York City. Gene & David joined us for Part 1 on 04.11.22 (April 11th).
Vegan Nation airs every Monday on WCUW 91.3 FM. Listen worldwide online: wcuw.org/listen 4 PM Eastern time (4 to 4:30 pm EST). Hosted by Marlene Narrow, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. (Note: The views in this program do not necessarily reflect the views & opinions of the radio station nor its management.) Vegan Nation archived shows can be heard anytime at: vegansradio.com. Thank you for caring enough to hear and be heard. Art by Madeleine Tuttle: worldpeacediet.com. Armaiti May: veganvet.net. The Sonic Universe (vegan musicians): thesonicuniverse.com.
Patriots’ Day: Prior to 1775, the area that is now the eastern part of the United States mainly consisted of British colonies controlled by the United Kingdom. The American Revolutionary War, also known as the American War of Independence, was a major step in the independence of the United States. The first battles in this war were fought in the areas of Lexington and Concord, near Boston, Massachusetts, on April 19, 1775. For this reason, the third Monday in April is symbolic for the emerging independence of the new country. Human Freedom requires Animal Liberation – as we sow we reap.
Vegan Nation interview with vegan activists/musicians, David Giardina (New York City) and Gene Maurillo (San Diego). Join us for this lively discussion on everything Vegan, including compassion and freedom for all. Monday, April 11, 2022. Listen to the On-Air radio broadcast here: WCUW 91.3 FM wcuw.org/listen (every Monday, 4 PM Eastern time). Hear it again in the Vegan Nation archives: vegansradio.com. Vegan Nation brings you a 1/2 hour of vegan news, music, events and interviews, every week, about the vegan evolution revolution happening worldwide. Thank you for caring enough to hear and be heard. Host Marlene Narrow, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA.
(The views in this program do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the radio station nor its management.)
Gene has lived in San Diego for 3 years having returned after a long stint in San Francisco. Around 9 years ago in San Francisco, he went fully vegan and joined the grassroots animal liberation organization in nearby Berkeley named Direct Action Everywhere (or DxE). This was early on, about one year into DxE’s existence. He participated in almost countless activities with DxE and part of his helping this organization grow, he became the lead organizer for the DxE San Francisco working group for around 3 years. Since his return to San Diego, he has participated with DxE San Diego, Animal Save, PETA and has done numerous independent outreach activities for the animals. He also did outreach and protested for Black Lives Matter for several months in San Diego along with attending rallies with the group called Re-open San Diego (protesting so-called covid mandates). Before Gene’s participation with DxE in San Francisco, he also protested for gay rights and was in numerous anti-war activities going all the way back to the Vietnam war. During Vietnam, he successfully became a conscientious objector and proudly did not serve in the military. Also, around 8 years ago, Gene started taking music much more seriously and as a vocalist has numerous cover recordings of all kinds that can be heard on his YouTube channel. In addition, for 2 years, he served to promote and manage the Facebook group Vegan Music Makers which at the time of his departure, he had built up to 365 fully vetted, vegan musician members located worldwide. Finally, Gene has also been a big advocate for humor and has taken countless classes in comedy improvisation both in San Diego and San Francisco. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_tFgqSiwqtuf_ZzRlBAFpw
David Giardina is a singer, an award winning filmmaker, independent health researcher and vegan animal liberation activist based in New York City. He received a BA in theater from Hofstra University and then he acted professionally in New York on TV (“As the World Turns”, “Up All Night With Gilbert Gottfried”, “Commander USA”, the criminal of the week on “New York’s Most Wanted”) and in various movies (“Moonstruck”, “When Harry Met Sally”). As a crooner David has performed at such venues the world famous Rainbow Room, the Algonquin Hotel, Grand Central Partnership, The Central Park Band Shell, The Cutting Room as well as command performances at the United Nations and many others. David has also appeared Off Broadway in “The Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic” (as Eddie Cantor) and in “Vagabond Lover – The Life and Tunes of Rudy Vallee (as Rudy Vallee) and in “The Ziegfeld Follies of the Air” (as Will Rogers) at Birdland. David wrote/directed/produced the feature film “Taffy Was Born” which won the award for Best Director and Audience Choice Award for Best Feature at the NY International Film Festival. It can be streamed on Amazon Prime. Several of his other films have also won festival awards around the globe. “Celebrating Art” is a weekly Manhattan Cable TV show which David produces airing every Tuesday at 9:30pm on www.mnn.org channel 4. David has also written a book on the nature of health and the mythologies surrounding disease called “A Banana In My Pocket”. hhttps://davidgiardina.com
Additional note from Marlene: Deep veganism philosophy includes the premise of quantum theory, in that what we experience/witness in human civilization can be understood within the concept of: ‘as we collectively sow, humanity eventually reaps — affecting someone, somewhere, at sometime throughout millennia’. As such, population health and human freedom require animal liberation. In 2022, many organizations are working to free humanity from tyranny, violence, censorship, and dis-ease. My hope is that all groups, including Defeat the Mandates rally – Coast to Coast (April 10th) will include the vegan imperative within the work for freedom & justice, to end the cycle of suffering for all.
Vegan Nation celebrates the First-Ever International Compassion for All Animals Day April 4th. Interview with Mary Finelli in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA. Mary is the president of Fish Feel, non-profit organization, the first to advocate for fish worldwide. Join us for this informative interview on April 4, 2022! Tune in to Vegan Nation, WCUW 91.3 FM Community radio in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. On-Air every Monday, 4 pm Eastern time. Listen worldwide online: wcuw.org/listen (Mondays 4 PM to 4:30 PM EST) Hosted by Marlene Narrow. In this episode, we’re also celebrating International Golden Rule Day April 5th! Music featured in this April 4th broadcast is “You Don’t Sea Me” by Entyce the Lyrical Vegan in New York; and “Fish Like to Swim” by Vegan Smythe in Australia.
April 3rd is World Aquatic Animal Day (worldaquaticanimalday.org)
Vegan Nation features an interview with veganic grower, Jimmy Videle, in Quebec, Canada. Jimmy and his wife, Melanie Bernier, are co-founders of La Ferme de l’Aube (veganic gardening systems). Join us for this informative broadcast on Vegan Nation. Monday, March 28, 2022. Listen worldwide online: wcuw.org/listen, 4 pm Eastern time. Vegan Nation airs every Monday from 4 pm to 4:30 pm EST on WCUW 91.3 FM radio. Hosted by Marlene Narrow, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. Thank you for caring enough to hear and be heard. Vegan Nation archives: vegansradio.com; and also at the radio station’s website: wcuw.org/community.
Vegan Nation features the World Freedom Now rally in NYC, live-stream by activist, David Giardina (March 19, 2022). Also featuring news from anti-speciesist activist, Jason King, in Canada. Music within this episode is vegan musician, Irish Rover, in Ireland.
Vegan Nation is hosted by Marlene Narrow, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. Vegan Nation airs weekly, every Monday on WCUW 91.3 FM (online: wcuw.org/listen) 4 PM Eastern time. Vegan Nation is a 1/2 hour vegan news & music show. Archived shows can be heard anytime at: vegansradio.com. Much thanks for your activism; and thank you for caring enough to hear and be heard.
The views in this program do not necessarily reflect the views & opinions of this radio station nor its management.
Vegan Nation features an interview (Part 2) with Entyce The Lyrical Vegan, an animal rights activist in New York. In this episode, I also share some details about deep veganism and why animal liberation is essential for human liberation and freedom for all. Host Marlene Narrow, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. Thank you for caring enough to hear and be heard. The views expressed in this program do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of this station nor its management. Vegan Nation airs weekly on WCUW 91.3 FM, and also broadcasts online at: wcuw.org/listen Mondays 4 PM Eastern time. (4 to 4:30 pm EST). https://www.youtube.com/c/EntyceTheLyricalVegan