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The Glass Walls Podcast

Hidden injustices exposed by incredible individuals from all over the world, sharing their life journeys. 

And inspiring us with powerful solutions, so urgently needed to heal our broken world. 

This is our chance to help and support these movements... or be inspired to create our own, within our community.

We are one family. 

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Episode 1

EXPOSING ANIMAL TESTING (And How We Can Help End It)

Dr Keval Shah talks with Dr Andre Menache, about his life's mission to expose and bring an end to the practice of experimenting on other animals, replacing it with ethical methods that produce more accurate results for all. 

Episode 2

WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO PROTECT LIFE ON EARTH

What would make a 23 year old quit his master's degree in environmental sciences and embark on a completely different mission in life? A mission to stand up for those who are routinely oppressed and brutally murdered, by taking nonviolent direct action, following in the footsteps of revolutionaries like Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King.

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Episode 3

MARKETING DRIVEN BY ETHICS

In case you haven't come across a company by the name of Mad Ideas by now, you must have come across their work. They're the ones who've created some of the most impactful websites in the world today, championing the works of incredible activists like Dr. Gemma Newman and groundbreaking organizations like Plant Based Health Professionals UK.

Episode 4

THE GREATEST TRANSFORMATION IN HUMAN HISTORY

 Currently, one of the most influential environmental activists in our world today, Sailesh Rao started off transforming the internet from its early analog form to the digital superhighway accessible to over 7 billion people, and boosting its speed to the one we are so used to today, despite being told that it was impossible.

However, after discovering how dire the climate crisis was, in 2006, Sailesh sold his company and committed the rest of his life to solving the environmental crises affecting all life on Earth.

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