All posts tagged Temple Grandin

Robert Grillo, author of “Farm to Fable: The Fictions of Our Animal-Consuming Culture”


Robert Grillo —an activist and writer who is the founder of Free from Harm, and just published his first book, “Farm to Fable: The Fictions of Our Animal-Consuming Culture”—recounts how his work in advertising, particularly handling food accounts (like working on McDonald’s Happy Meal boxes), along with the experience of adopting three baby chicks, provided the impetus for launching Free from Harm. Read more…

Mark Devries, director of “Speciesism: The Movie”


Mark Devries—director of the new documentary, “Speciesism: The Movie”—discusses how the film came about, and how he first became interested in factory farming. Read more…

Dr. Temple Grandin, author, professor, expert on autism and animal cognition


This interview with Dr. Temple Grandin was delayed because the flight she was on that morning was very late landing, which we didn’t know in the first part of the show, when we were trying to reach her, and moving elements of the show around in her absence. Once we connected, Read more…