Pattrice Jones–co-founder of the Eastern Shore Sanctuary And Education Center

by | Aug 1, 2005

Pattrice Jones, co-founder of the Eastern Shore Sanctuary And Education Center–a Maryland sanctuary primarily for chickens (but also for ducks), and the only such sanctuary to rehabilitate former fighting cocks; she’s also an ecofeminist activist, writer, college instructor and speaker–discusses the unlikely launching of the Sanctuary and details of its evolution and day-to-day operation, as well as some of her views on the connections between the animals liberation movements and other movements, her “Golden Rule of Activism,” and more. []

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COMEDY CORNER: Sabrina Matthews’ “Kitty Confusion” []
MUSIC: John Hiatt’s “Thunderbird,” Split Lip Rayfield’s “Tiger In My Tank,” instrumentals
NAME THAT ANIMAL TUNE: Burl Ives’ “The Little White Duck”

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