Fighting for animal liberation and an end to speciesism
Episode 53 features special guest David Cantor.
A full-time animal advocate with national organizations since 1989, in late 2002 David Cantor founded and since then has served as the Executive Director of Responsible Policies for Animals (RPA), a group that engages in what he refers to as “strict rights advocacy”. RPA rejects both the traditional animal welfare strategy as well as abolitionism. Audio podcast, running time approx 48 mins.
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David believes and argues that “rights precede abolition”. RPA promotes unalienable equal basic autonomy, ecology, and dignity rights of all animals, including humans; an end to rights of corporations and a number of other initiatives and strategies.
To learn more about the Responsible Policies for Animals (RPA) please visit the RPA website at www.RPAforall.org
To view RPA's lecture schedule for Fall 2012 please click here.