Animal Rights Activist Wayne Hsiung Is Running For Mayor Of Berkeley
Wayne Hsiung co-founder of animal rights network DxE (Direct Action Everywhere) and I discuss his run for Mayor of Berkeley California a progressive and highly vegan city in the bay area of San Francisco, UBI (Universal Basic Income), Homeless / Houseless individuals and how he plans to help them, wet markets / live animal markets in the bay area and of course COVID-19 AKA coronavirus and how this current pandemic was and is caused by animal agriculture.
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Vegan activist Aidan Hill, who is running on the Green Party ticket, announced candidacy for mayor of Berkeley, before Wayne Hsiung did. Also, Aidan Hill and Wayne Hsiung know each other fairly well, via their involvement in activism together. I think it would be interesting to hear what Aidan has to say on these issues, and also about Wayne.
From the above reference:
“…Two other people have recently formed committees to run for mayor as well. Aidan Hill, a recent UC Berkeley student and activist who ran for City Council in 2018, is one of them. Wayne Hsiung, a lawyer and co-founder of the animal rights group Direct Action Everywhere, or DxE, is the other.
Hsiung is facing numerous felony charges and decades in prison for taking animals from private farms and elsewhere. Hill actually has experience with DxE too but considers themselves a “survivor” of what they’ve described as the organization’s predatory and dangerous tactics…”