The information below is a brief synopsis of the radio program called Animal Voices (Toronto) with some articles/interviews, a few of which were conducted on the show.

Every week, Animal Voices covers the local, national, global, and politically diverse campaigns, struggles and victories of the animal liberation movement. Tune in for interviews with activists, book reviews, the latest news, and much more.
Listen to Animal Voices every Thursday afternoon from 2 to 3 pm on 89.5 FM in most of Southern Ontario. We broadcast from Toronto and reach from Kitchener to Cobourg, Barrie to Buffalo. Or, tune in to CIUT live on the Internet at www.ciut.fm

Our outdated website contains info/transcripts/links/ and a few archived real-audio shows.  The site can be accessed at: http://www.animalvoices.ca/

Mirha-Soleil Ross, who hosted Animal Voices from '96 to 2001, is a transsexual sex-worker/performance artist/video maker/activist.  She's given some talks that challenge the queer community to become active beyond their own communities which can be found below. Also included are several transcripts of shows that she conducted on Animal Voices, including an interview with Rod Coronado, Michael Bellafountaine, and Steven Simmons.

Talk given by Mirha-Soleil Ross as part of a panel entitled "GREENING A QUEER PLANET- Where Pink Is Green." 
A transcript of a talk presented by Mirha-Soleil Ross as part of a panel entitled "GREENING A QUEER PLANET- W

Talk given by Mirha-Soleil Ross as part of an event entitled- "Queers Making Trouble: Activism for All Ages."
Talk was presented by Mirha-Soleil Ross on June 17th, 2000 as part of an event entitled- "Queers Making Trouble-

Yapping Out Loud for Animal Rights and Prostitutes? Rights -- An Interview with Mirha-Soleil Ross Animal Voices, December 4th, 2000 (International AIDS Day)

Interview with Steven Simmons (1996) Interview with Steven Simmons

Interview with Michael Bellafountaine (Act-UP SF.) & Robert Johnston (HEAL) (Dec.4/2000 -International AIDS Day): Animal Voices, December 4th, 2000 (International AIDS Day)

Interview with Rod Coronado (July 15/2001) AV-