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April 2017

The Union: 1st Nevada City Vegan Food + Wine Festival adds speakers

The Union…Also on tap is Jasmin Singer, author of the memoir Always Too Much and Never Enough and one of The Advocate’s “40 Under 40.” “Veganism is moving from the fringe to the mainstream,” said event organizer Aurelia d’Andrea. “We’re celebrating this shift with a first-of-its-kind event.” Read more…


January 2017

Forbes: The Veggie Awards – Where Even The Losers Win Attention For Vegan Fashion

Forbes…Singer continues, “More and more consumers are using the power of voting with their dollars to seek out vegan fashion, which they consider to be not only trend-setting, but fulfilling a moral imperative.” The Veggie Awards are the green economy showcase of the best of the best, helping to get press buzz for those persevering in the creation of cruelty-free natural products. Read more…


December 2016

Jasmin Singer to Speak at TEDxNavesink

TEDxNavesinkTEDxNavesink brings the mission of TED Talks to Monmouth County for an all-day live event for the fifth year. The event has grown to become the largest TEDx on the East Coast. “From a strong applicant pool, the TEDxNavesink Speaker Team is assembling an inspiring line-up,” said Jamie Sussel Turner, who leads the speaker selection committee. “Whether it’s through the lens of gender, race, class, arts, human study, technology, design or something more, TEDxNavesink speakers have a unique opportunity to work with an experienced team who will collaborate with them in uncovering the essence of their idea, and offer coaching so they can deliver the talk of their lives.” Read more…


October 2016

Cosmic Conversations with Marla Martenson: Jasmin Lost 100 Pounds, Saved Her Life & Now Saves Others

Cosmic Conversations with Marla MartensonFascinating chat with Jasmin Singer, author of Always Too Much, Never Enough. From the extra pounds and unrelenting bullies that left her eating lunch alone in a bathroom stall at school to the low self-esteem that left her both physically and emotionally vulnerable to abuse, Jasmin Singer’s struggle with weight defined her life. Watch the video…


October 2016

FemPotential: Book Review – Always Too Much and Never Enough

FemPotentialJasmin Singer is a vegan, lesbian, animal rights activist, and author whose 2016 memoir Always Too Much and Never Enough shares her story of weight gain and loss on the path to understanding the core of her own true identity. She shares raw, intimate details of her life including the journey from actor to activist, the complexity of being the much-loved but always-overweight daughter of a thin, beautiful mother, a college date rape, the death of a beloved grandmother and the many other nuances that make up a woman’s life. Read more…


August 2016

The Actor’s Diet: Podcast Interview with Animal Rights Activist Jasmin Singer

The Actor's DietI’ve had Jasmin Singer on the blog before – we’ve eaten a few times together (I’ve got to get back to Stuff I Eat!) and caught up at the BlogHer Conference recently. Jasmin and I met 16 years ago, via the NiteStar Theater Company (also how I met my friends Christy Meyers, and Eboni Booth). We talk about our history with eating disorders, veganism, juice fasting, and her memoir Always Too Much and Never Enough. Read more…


August 2016

SheKnows Podcast: Going vegan – Would you? Could you? Should you?

SheKnows Podcast with Jasmin SingerJoin host Elisa Camahort Page as she speaks with Tracye McQuirter and Jasmin Singer, exploring why eating vegan is better for your health and the planet. If you’re interested in going vegan, do you cold quit your current way of eating in favor of a purely plant-based diet? Or, slowly transition? Read more…


July 2016

Livingston Enterprise: Author releases memoir of beating food addiction and finding inner peace

Livingston EnterpriseDo those summer barbecues leave you feeling a little left out? Are burgers and franks just not your thing? Fear not—you aren’t alone! Check out round-up of steamy LGBTQ vegans and vegetarians, and see the fabulous and sexy company you keep. Read more…


July 2016

Out Magazine: Plan Your Next Cookout with These Queer Vegetarians

Out MagazineDo those summer barbecues leave you feeling a little left out? Are burgers and franks just not your thing? Fear not—you aren’t alone! Check out round-up of steamy LGBTQ vegans and vegetarians, and see the fabulous and sexy company you keep. Read more…


July 2016

Yahoo Beauty: What Kat Von D’s All Vegan Pledge Means for the Makeup World

Yahoo BeautyThe move thrills vegan activists, including Jasmin Singer, author of the memoir, Always Too Much and Never Enough, and co-host of the Our Hen House podcast. “Caring about animals does not mean sacrificing beauty — in fact, making the ethically sound, environmentally aware, truly compassionate decision to ditch both animal testing and animal ingredients amplifies beauty,” Singer tells Yahoo Beauty. “Kat Von D Beauty going vegan represents the next trend in cosmetics — no more torturing animals, whether for unnecessary testing or by using the byproducts of factory farming as ingredients.” Read more…


June 2016

SheKnows: I was a fat vegan until I fixed my effed up relationship with food

SheKnowsThe last time I ate meat I was an intense and sturdy theater student who wore all black and smoked clove cigarettes without inhaling (but, like most other things I did in the 1990s, it was simply for show). I perched like a plump pigeon on the steps of my performing arts college in Philadelphia and took a substantial bite of my beloved go-to cheesesteak, the greasy innards sliding down my gullet for the final time. Read more…


June 2016

The Bozeman Reader: Coming perpetually of age

The Bozeman ReaderJasmin Singer’s aptly titled debut, “Always Too Much and Never Enough,” could have been a weight-loss memoir, an outsider-childhood memoir, a political-activism memoir or a mother-daughter memoir. Instead, by being all of these at once, it is a coming-of-age memoir with some real dimension. The so-called “issues” in Singer’s life (the issues in a person’s life being what but the life itself?) are manifestations of her core way of being in the world, and her true concern in the book: what she calls “self-phobia.” Read more…


June 2016

Namely Marley: Finding Myself Through Veganism, Juicing and Love with Jasmin Singer

Namely MarleyFood has always been there for me. How many of us have said that in our lives? I know I have. And today’s guest Jasmin Singer, has written a memoire about her life experience. She says, “It was always the Oreos that were there for me at the end of the day.” And yet, it was that very food as friend that failed her in the end. Read more…


May 2016

The Food Heals Podcast: Jasmin Singer on juicing, veganism, animal rights and losing 100lbs

Food Heals PodcastJasmin Singer is the Executive Director of Our Hen House, a NYC-based nonprofit creating independent media to change the world for animals. She is the co-host of the Our Hen House podcast, now in its sixth year, and the Our Hen House TV show, a co-production with Brooklyn Independent Media. Jasmin’s new book, Always Too Much And Never Enough is her memoir of her journey to find herself through juicing, veganism, and love, as she went from fat to thin and from feeding her emotions to feeding her soul. Read more…


May 2016

No Meat Athlete: Jasmin Singer on Food Addiction, the 80s, and How She Lost 100 Pounds

No Meat AthleteGrowing up in the 80s, we were told a lot of things by the food industry … often right smack in the middle of our Saturday morning cartoons. Milk “does a body good,” sugary cereal is “part of a complete breakfast,” and in general, processed foods are a fabulous choice for healthy family dinners and snacks. So how did all this affect our health and our relationship with food? Read more…


May 2016

Vegucated: Interview with Jasmin Singer

Tranquility du JourYou think you know a person…especially if you have ever called them your best friend. Well, I didn’t know how much I didn’t know about Jasmin Singer…until I read her captivating new memoir, Always Too Much and Never Enough. Read more…


May 2016

SFFCDIETITIAN: It’s All About the Relationship

SFFCDIETITIANThere’s a new book out chronicling one woman’s journey to healing herself through changing her relationship to food. The source of her success is all in the title: Always too Much, Never Enough. Jasmin Singer “went from feeding emotions to feeding her soul”. Read more…


April 2016

Tranquility du Jour: Always Too Much And Never Enough

Tranquility du JourAlways Too Much And Never Enough with Jasmin Singer. Hear her story from fat to thin and from feeding her emotions to feeding her soul, her memoir writing process, and the creation of Our Hen House. Read more…


April 2016

The Daily Texan: Activist and podcast co-host Jasmin Singer on tour for new book

The Daily TexanOn her award-winning podcast, “Our Hen House,” activist and recent memoirist Jasmin Singer interviews celebrities, athletes and students about animal exploitation. Below, The Daily Texan caught up with Singer, discussing her veganism, podcast and new memoir “Always Too Much and Never Enough.” Read more…


April 2016

Rich Roll Podcast: How Jasmin Singer Lost 100 Pounds by Finding Peace With Herself

Rich Roll PodcastThe facts of our experiences are different. But so many of the emotions we experience along our journeys are remarkably similar. Meet Jasmin Singer. As a kid, Jasmin was an outcast. Fat and persistently bullied, she was hopelessly drawn to foods that only fueled the depression and confused disposition incited by her chaotic upbringing. Read more…


March/April 2016

Curve Magazine: The Whole Story, Jasmin Singer went from fat to thin and wrote a memoir about it

Curve MagazineIf you don’t have an eating disorder or a problem with your self-image, you’re amongst a minority of American women. According to statistics, around 90 percent of women have attempted to control their weight through dieting, and about $40 billion is spent yearly in America on diet-related products. Perhaps lesbians and queer women are situated outside of this phenomenon, if one is to believe the recent NIH study claim- ing that 75 percent of lesbians are obese. Read more…


March 2016

XRAY FM: Interview with Jasmin Singer on XRAY In The Morning

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March 2016

Women’s Health: 11 Tips from Women Who Crushed Their Fitness Goals When They Thought They Couldn’t

Women's HealthIf a certain type of sweat sesh makes you dread working out, do something else, says Jasmin Singer, 36, who lost 86 pounds and wrote the book Always Too Much and Never Enough about her newly discovered love for running. “When I started running outside, I realized I liked moving my body, so I went with it,” she says. “It was life changing.” Read more…


March 2016

Yahoo.com: Even DJ Khaled Is Going Vegan

Yahoo BeautyDJ Khaled — hip-hop star, Snapchat savant and purveyor of fried chicken wings — has announced that he’s going vegan, if only temporarily. “I’m officially going vegan right now — 22 days… I’m not playing. I’m challenging myself,” he said in a Tuesday Snapchat video (because where else?) while unloading his just-delivered pre-packaged meals from 22 Days Nutrition, the gimmicky $627 meal plan by Marco Borges that’s been endorsed by none other than his life-coach clients Beyoncé and Jay Z. “My guy Marco, he’s explaining to me how to do this program,” Khaled said in his video, Borges at his side. Read more…


March 2016

Louise Wallis: Interview with Jasmin Singer on life writing and authenticity

Louise WallisOur Hen House Executive Director Jasmin Singer on the freedom of writing, going viral, and her memoir Always Too and Never Enough (just published). How long have you been a writer, and how did you start? My first published piece was a poem in a kid’s magazine when I was in third grade. It went something like this… Read more…


March 2016

Sober Vegan Lesbian: THIS IS THE PERFECT BOOK FOR A GIRL LIKE ME!

Sober Vegan LesbianI love memoirs, personal stories and self help books! Thats the kinda gal I am. So, when one of my fabulous New York animal rights friends, Jasmin Singer, released her first book, a memoir, “Always too Much and Never Enough” , I was thrilled! It’s about her life changing experience going from a super heavy woman navigating this world, to a thin woman navigating this world. Juice fasting changed her life, but the book is about way more than just that. It touches on subjects such as bullying, and how the world judges people instantly based on their weight and/or appearance. It’s about finding a passion in life that drives you forward and makes this whole life experience worth living. It’s about overcoming hardships and traumas. It is a powerful and inspirational book. Read more…


March 2016

Curve Magazine: Weighty Issues – Always Too Much and Never Enough

Curve MagazineJasmin Singer’s journey from feeding her body to feeding her spirit produces a brilliant new memoir. Vegan animal activist Jasmin Singer’s tell-all memoir about her struggle with food has been widely praised, and for good reason: it’s an honest, beautifully written account of her journey, and presents some naked truths that many queer women of any size or background can relate to. We caught up with Singer to find out more about the impulses behind Always Too Much and Never Enough. Read more…


March 2016

Everyday eBook: Just Enough in Always Too Much and Never Enough by Jasmin Singer

Everyday EbookAlways Too Much and Never Enough, new from activist Jasmin Singer, is a fresh and breezy take on memoir that will be particularly appealing to those interested in animal rights and personal health. Singer, co-founder of an animal-rights nonprofit and advocate for the vegan lifestyle, recounts her journey through a chubby childhood and young adulthood as well as her eventual turn to holistic, healthy choices and her subsequent weight loss of one hundred pounds. Along the way she shares personal anecdotes ranging from wistful to cringeworthy to inspiring and helpful tips about incorporating vegan and animal-friendly health into any lifestyle. Read more…


March 2016

Utah Public Radio: “Always Too Much & Never Enough” By Jasmin Singer On Wednesday’s Access Utah

Utah Public RadioFrom the extra pounds and unrelenting bullies that left her eating lunch alone in a bathroom stall at school to the low self-esteem that left her both physically and emotionally vulnerable to abuse, Jasmin Singer’s struggle with weight defined her life. Singer says that most people think there’s no such thing as a fat vegan, but most people don’t realize that deep-fried tofu tastes amazing and that Oreos are, in fact, vegan. So, even after she embraced a vegan lifestyle, having discovered her passion in advocating for the rights of animals, she defied any “skinny vegan” stereotypes by getting even heavier. Read more…


March 2016

NY Daily News: ‘Always Too Much and Never Enough’ – How a New Yorker found her authentic self through veganism and juicing

NY Daily NewsLike many of us, Jasmin Singer had a complicated relationship with food growing up, which she details in her memoir, “Always Too Much and Never Enough.” The Edison, N.J., native found comfort in junk food while dealing with the divorce of her parents. She turned to Cheez-Its when things got tough, when she was constantly in the shadow of her thin mom (TM) who was always dieting. Singer struggled with her weight and bullying from her peers, and found that eating was her way to cope. Read more…


March 2016

Vegan Lifestyle Magazine: Jasmin Singer’s Feature

Vegan Lifestyle MagazineThere once was a day when Jasmin Singer weighed in at 221 pounds, in her 20’s her dream was to become an actress and after a casting director told her to lose a bunch of weight she joined Weight Watchers, not for her own self-esteem, just to impress the director. After losing 25 pounds Weight Watchers employed her as a receptionist so long as she continued on the program, however, the weight loss slowed so she then joined Jenny Craig as well, just to keep her receptionist job. What a tangled web we weave. Read more…


March 2016

Main Street Vegan Radio: Jasmin Singer’s New Memoir

Main Street VeganAlways Too Much and Never Enough is the fabulous memoir of ourhenhouse.org‘s Jasmin Singer who turned childhood bullying into a way to understand the suffering of animals. She’s since released 100 pounds through healthy vegan eating and lots of juicing. Read more & listen to the show…


March 2016

Loft Cinema: Book launch with author Jasmin Singer in person!

The Loft CinemaVEGAN LOGIC is proud to oer another FREE Community event! is time bringing you Jasmin Singer, Animal Rights Activist, Co-Founder of the non-prot OurHenHouse.org and now author of the new book, Always Too Much and Never Enough: a memoir. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Jasmin tell her inspiring story with a reading, presentation and Q&A session. Read more…


February 2016

Metro NY (Print Edition): How a junk food vegan fought food addiction and won

Metro NYIt wasn’t until activist Jasmin Singer’s life was in jeopardy and she was forced to change her eating habits that she discovered who she really was. When activist Jasmin Singer became a vegan when she was 24, it wasn’t because she was joining a trendy food-craze, like going gluten-free or giving up carbs. To her, it was a stand against the way animals were treated, solely for human consumption. “I consider eating a deeply personal, political act,” she says. “For me, veganism was an extension of my worldview, not my personal preference.” Read more…


February 2016

Reboot With Joe: It All Started With Juice, My Journey to Health and Peace

Reboot With JoeJasmin Singer might be our first Reboot success that’s now a published author. Her memoir, “Always Too Much and Never Enough,” was recently published by Random House Berkeley. Jasmin’s story will resonate with many who struggled through childhood as “the fat kid.” Jasmin was bullied, and used junk food as her solace, even after becoming a vegan. Jasmin lost almost 100 pounds after discovering “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead” and juicing. What’s more, she’s kept it off. In her book, she covers universal topics of self-esteem, finding ourselves, and changing our relationship with food. Jasmin kindly shared some of her story with us. “Always Too Much and Never Enough” is available in bookstores everywhere, and online. Read more…


February 2016

Arizona Daily Star: Vegan Logic features animal advocate Singer

Tuscon.comOur Hen House founder Jasmin Singer is bringing her memoir to Tucson for a free Vegan Logic event Saturday, March 5, at the Loft Cinema, 3233 E. Speedway. Singer, who co-founded the New York-based animal advocacy organization with her spouse Mariann Sullivan, will read from her book “Always Too Much and Never Enough: A Memoir” and answer questions about Hen House and its mission. Read more…


February 2016

Jane Velez-Mitchell: What is Jasmin Singer’s secret? Find out as she reads from her new memoir!


February 2016

Starred Review: Always Too Much and Never Enough: A Memoir

Shelf AwarenessAlthough Jasmin Singer says her journey toward health and self-actualization “started with juice,” it is the wisdom of her grandmother that suffuses and illuminates each page of this memoir: “You are exactly where you should be.” From the earliest scenes describing her parents’ divorce and revolving step-parents–when food became the one constant Singer could control–to a painful moment in a San Francisco bathroom stall avoiding her own reflection in the mirror, she is unflinchingly forthright and refreshingly authentic… A testament to how the greatest transformations are often intangible. Read more…


February 2016

Always Too Much and Never Enough: A Memoir

MikeypodJasmin Singer is the co-founder and executive director of Our Hen House, a nonprofit multimedia hub working to change the world for animals. With Our Hen House, Jasmin produces an online magazine and a video production unit. She is a regular public speaker on the subjects of veganism and activism, and travels throughout the country (and beyond) to give workshops and keynotes at venues such as conferences, Vegetarian Food Fests, law schools, and universities. More importantly she is my dear friend, running partner, and a lovely force of nature in my life, AND her memoir Always Too Much and Never Enough was just released last week. It’s brilliant. She’s brilliant. Everything’s brilliant. Check out our conversation and tell a friend! Read more…


February 2016

Through Always Too Much, lesbian author hopes to help others

Bay Area Reporter“I grew up as a bullied, fat kid,” Singer, who lives in New York City, said in an email interview. But after she started examining how the agriculture industry works, “and how profoundly my addictive relationship with food was affecting my life,” she lost almost 100 pounds by doing monthly juice fasts and eating only whole, unprocessed foods. She then “gained a fuller understanding of certain truths I had not previously fully embraced. Truths about me, such as my sexuality. And truths about the world, such as how much suffering – to animals, to people, to myself – was caused by what was on my plate.” Read more…


February 2016

Book Review: Always Too Much and Never Enough – A Memoir

Vegan StreetIs there anything we have to do every day that is as emotionally rife as the act of feeding ourselves? Some people manage to get through life without there being a deep connection between emotions and food but for many, if not most, of us, food and how we feed ourselves is a rough terrain dotted with many, many landmines. For those of us with, as they say, “issues with food,” nothing is ever straightforward when it comes to eating: from the elation we feel when we’ve been virtuous with our diets to our plummeting self-worth when we are not, to the rollercoaster of guilt, anger, spitefulness, bliss, connection and even numbness we can feel on a daily basis with a fork or spoon as the vehicle for deliverance, food is a complicated and complex part of our everyday lives. Despite this, we have to learn to eat and feed ourselves if we want to stay alive. Read more…


February 2016

I Broke Up with My BFF—Food—and Lost Over 80 Pounds

Women's HealthI always turned to food as a BFF or a therapist. I felt like it would fix everything. I ate rows and rows of Oreos instead of facing the real issues. I was totally disconnected from taking care of myself. In my 20s, I was trying to be an actress and a casting director told me I had to lose a bunch of weight. Because I wanted to impress her, I decided to join Weight Watchers with her. Of course I was doing it for her, not me. I wound up losing 25 pounds and weighed 150 pounds at 5’4″. Read more…


February 2016

Activist/author here for book signing

washington bladeLGBT activist and author Jasmin Singer has a book signing and reading for her memoir “Always Too Much and Never Enough” at Compassion Over Killing (6930 Carroll Ave., Takoma Park, Md.) on Friday, Feb. 5 at 6:30 p.m. The memoir delves into Singer’s relationship with food from a child until an adult. It also touches on animal rights, her body and her sexuality. Singer runs Our Hen House, a non-profit animal rights organization, with her wife. Read more…


February 2016

Metro NY: How a junk food vegan fought food addiction and won

metroIt wasn’t until activist Jasmin Singer’s life was in jeopardy and she was forced to change her eating habits that she discovered who she really was. When activist Jasmin Singer became a vegan when she was 24, it wasn’t because she was joining a trendy food-craze, like going gluten-free or giving up carbs. To her, it was a stand against the way animals were treated, solely for human consumption. “I consider eating a deeply personal, political act,” she says. “For me, veganism was an extension of my worldview, not my personal preference.” Read more…


February 2016

10 Questions: Vegan Rock Star with Jasmin Singer…

Vegan StreetJasmin Singer, today’s Vegan Rock Star, is one of my favorite all-around vegan rock stars, a powerhouse who has been promoting cruelty-free living from the multi-media non-profit hub she has created with her wife, the talented Mariann Sullivan, since 2010. Our Hen House creates TV/videos, an active online magazine, and, most famously, an engaging, frequently scatological, always thought-provoking weekly podcast (I was even interviewed!), now available in three forms. Read more…


February 2016

Responsible Eating and Living Radio

Responsible Eating & Living with Jasmin SingerAll About Food radio program interviews Jasmin Singer about Always Too Much and Never Enough.


February 2016

VegNews Media Room

Jasmin Singer Featured in VegNews MagazineVegNews Magazine wants you to read Always Too Much and Never Enough!


January 2016

How I Lost Nearly 100 Pounds — After Struggling With Weight My Whole Life

Mind Body GreenIt was a particularly sunny summer day when my doctor told me that, at age 30 — even though I had been a vegan for many years at that point — I was on my way to heart disease. I sat on his table and hung my head in defeat. This doctor wasn’t the first one to tell me to lose weight. Twelve years earlier, during my first visit to a gynecologist, while my feet sat in stirrups and my legs splayed apart, my doctor decided it was the perfect moment to tell me that I was “too heavy for a girl my height” (as if I didn’t know). I nonchalantly agreed, all the while wondering how far the vending machine was from this room. Read more…


January 2016

She’s Swell! Author + Animal Advocate Extraordinaire, Jasmin Singer

swell magazineJasmin Singer is nothing short of a real-life wonder woman. The New York City-based animal advocate and co-founder of Our Hen House somehow found time between producing a half-dozen monthly podcasts. running half-marathons, public speaking engagements, tap-dancing performances, and magazine-writing gigs to pen her fabulous new memoir, Always too Much and Never Enough. Read more…


January 2016

KCMJ: Community-Powered Radio for Colorado Springs

KCMJ Interviews Jasmin SingerJasmin Singer joins Easy Vegan Radio to talk about her memoir Always Too Much and Never Enough. They talked juicing, veganism, body image and how to change the world for animals. Listen here: https://soundcloud.com/kcmj939/easyvegan01252016


January 2016

Vegan hens changing the world for animals

Jasmin Singer Featured on Vegan Lifestyle AssociationJasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan are the founders of the fun and unique vegan podcast from the USA. Ruth Culbreth spoke to them for the VLA… Read more…


January 2016

Animal Voices Radio: Tips and Advice for Going Vegan in 2016, and Activist Profile of Jasmin Singer

Jasmin Singer Featured on Animal Voices RadioFor our feature interview, we have Jasmin Singer on the show. A long-time activist for the animals, she is the executive director of Our Hen House, which is a media hub to change the world for animals, and she produces a popular weekly podcast and an online magazine, along with her wife, animal rights lawyer Mariann Sullivan. Read more…


January 2016

The Advocate: 40 People Under 40 to Teach Us About Each Other

Jasmin Singer The Advocate 40 Under 40Jasmin Singer named one of The Advocate’s 40 Under 40. The Advocate’s annual list of 40 exemplary people under age 40 has a message we think all generations should hear. This year the 40 Under 40 series highlights young LGBT people fighting intersectional battles in our greater community. Read more…


September 23, 2015 by Gena Hymowech

GO Magazine: Eco-preneurs 2015

Jasmin Singer GO Magazine Eco-preneurs“I went vegan 20 years ago when I looked at my dog and couldn′t see the difference between him and the animals on my plate,“ says Mariann Sullivan. These days, she—along with wife Jasmin Singer—are trying to convince others to adopt that same diet, become more knowledgeable about animal cruelty in general, and work on behalf of animal rights via Our Hen House, a nonprofit multimedia hub featuring podcasts. “We started Our Hen House as a reaction to how the mainstream media largely ignores the very dire truth about the suffering of animals, particularly in the food industry,“ Singer says. In addition to being board president and program director of Our Hen House, Sullivan is a lawyer, writer and adjunct professor of animal law at Columbia Law School, while Singer, OHH′s executive director, is a contributing writer for VegNews Magazine and a memoirist. Read more…