This week, I am pleased to present my interview with Mariana Landeros Corona, who is an abolitionist vegan educator living in California. Prior to the lockdown, Mariana was involved in vegan educational tabling outside of public libraries, and she hopes to get back to this advocacy once it is possible to do so again. She currently manages the Abolitionist Veganism Shared Information Facebook Page and other social media pages that promote veganism and the Abolitionist Approach to Animal Rights.
In this interview, Mariana tells me about what led her to go vegan and become involved in Abolitionist vegan advocacy. She also explains how she talks to non-vegans about veganism, what abolitionist vegan advocacy initiatives are currently taking place around the world, and how we can still be involved in advocacy even during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Mariana's responses to my questions are bilingual (in Spanish and English) so that this episode can reach people who speak Spanish as well as those who speak English.At the end of the show, we'll listen to the song "How Do I Go Vegan" by Gülce Özen Gürkan.
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