I will be launching a new, separate podcast in the coming weeks. However, fear not, The Aidan Project will continue as normal on its mission of thoughtful coverage and analysis of current events, history and culture. I will be adding more live content, too, as part of my commitment to the continual development of The Aidan Project.
The new podcast will allow me to express myself in unreserved detail on a specific cause that is of great importance to me. However, I do not want veganism to be the raison d’être of The Aidan Project, which has an identity of its own.
If veganism and associated considerations are of interest to you, then you will be pleased to know that Inside Veganism begins in April. Nevertheless, it is business as usual for The Aidan Project, where my concerns regarding the suffering of non-human animals, and the unmitigated horror show that is factory farming, need not reside. I have talked about these concerns before on The Aidan Project, but additional coverage, in my estimation, necessitates a different outlet.
Indeed, regardless of your level of sympathy towards non-human animals, The Aidan Project is a podcast about current events, history and culture. It shall remain so.
Thank you for your continuing support of The Aidan Project.
Inside Veganism on Facebook
The Aidan Project Live: Inside Veganism
#39 – Animal Liberation: Ethics and Speciesism
The Aidan Project’s first live special examined the controversial headlines surrounding the growing vegan movement. Are vegans radical or rational? Perhaps they are both of these things, but is the radicalism too extreme? Is the vegan movement’s success leading to a rise in provocative activism? Could this, in the end, work against the movement?
These questions and more were explored on The Aidan Project on Facebook Live, where Aidan and guests responded to viewer comments and questions.
Aidan would like to thank Chirag Desai, Emily Noble, James Crisp, Paul Kerton and Emma Thomas for appearing as guests and answering tough questions.
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The Aidan Project’s first live special will be broadcast via Facebook Live. The show will examine the controversial headlines surrounding the growing vegan movement. Are vegans radical or rational? My guests will include vegan activists who will be answering your questions.
Tune in live on Tuesday 13 February at 1800-2000 GMT on Facebook. A replay will also be made available via Facebook and, for non-Facebook users, via TheAidanProject.org and YouTube.
If you are keen to watch the event as it happens on Facebook Live, you can head to The Aidan Project on Facebook before the event and click ‘Get Reminder’ on the event page.
Have your comments and questions ready. This will be interesting…