"All oppression is linked": David Pellow on Nonhuman Members of the Community

By Erik Kojola
The Society Pages

Pellow_Total coverThis week, David Naguib Pellow drops in for a chat about his latest book, Total Liberation: The Power and Promise of Animal Rights and the Radical Earth Movement. In it, Dr Pellow explores how environmental and animal rights movements raise important questions about the criteria for membership in society. He explains how these questions inform crucial ethical debates in our culture today. Dr Pellow is a professor of sociology at the University of Minnesota. 

Listen to the chat here. 

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