Our Hen House
Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan co-host the dynamic weekly Our Hen House Podcast, which highlights movement leaders and grassroots changemakers, artists, writers, chefs, entrepreneurs, politicians, business folk, and more—and provides inspiration and hope for anyone and everyone who cares about animals. The podcast has been honored several times as a “Webby Award Honoree.”
Change The Way We Look At Animals
A successful Journalist and Writer is changing how people look at animals, and a NYC activist fights to end the horse carriage trade in New York City. For More: ourhenhouse.org
Our Hen House: Comedy Edition
Our Hen House co-hosts Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan interview well-known comic Myq Kaplan, who has appeared on Comedy Central, The Tonight Show, America's Got Talent, and ABC News Now. In 2014, Myq Kaplan's one-hour standup special entitled Small, Dork, and Handsome appeared on Netflix. And...
Veganizing Betty Crocker
A young Activist fights for captive Orcas, and a famous cookbook author transforms Betty Crocker recipes into delicious plant-based options. For more: ourhenhouse.org
Willie Nelson And Animal Rights
What does Willie Nelson have to do with animal rights? For more: ourhenhouse.org
Vegan Fashion - @VauteCouture
Our kitchy duo, Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan of Our Hen House, interview a leader in the vegan fashion scene. Vaute Couture's Leanne Hilgart.... among many other topics. Visit OurHenHouse.org for more.
Our Hen House - Positive Tails
Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan interview some Brooklyn animal rescuers who do trap and release of cats in Brooklyn. Learn more about Positive Tails: positivetails.org/ For more about these two kooky but kaptivating hosts: ourhenhouse.org
What Is Our Hen House?
Everything you need to know about the dynamic duo Jasmin and Mariann and Their Podcast called, Our Hen House. For more: ourhenhouse.org
A Juicy Guys Love Of Fruit
A guy who juices his way through life and a musician who uses her music to express her love for animals. For more: ourhenhouse.org