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It’s All About Food – Richard Schwartz and Tyler Pearce – 05.17.16

Part I – Richard Schwartz, Who Stole My Religion? (new hard cover edition!)
Richard H. Schwartz, Ph.D., is the author of Who Stole My Religion? Revitalizing Judaism and Applying Jewish Values to Help Heal Our Imperiled Planet, Judaism and Vegetarianism, Judaism and Global Survival, and Mathematics and Global Survival and has over 200 articles and 25 podcasts at JewishVeg.com/schwartz. He is president emeritus of Jewish Vegetarians of North America (JVNA) and president of the Society of Ethical and Religious Vegetarians (SERV), a patron and president for the Americas of the International Jewish Vegetarian Society, and on the advisory committee of the Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM). He is associate producer of the 2007 documentary “A Sacred Duty: Applying Jewish Values to Help Heal the World.” In 1987, he was selected as Jewish Vegetarian of the Year by JVNA, and in 2005, he was inaugurated into the North American Vegetarian Society’s Hall of Fame He is a professor emeritus of mathematics at the College of Staten Island, has been married since 1960 and has 3 children and 10 grandchildren.

Part II: Tyler Pearce, The Vegan Cyclist
I am no one special, just an ordinary dude that strives to be the best version of myself. I am currently 30 years old, a husband to an amazing wife, a father to an amazing boy, and a proud puppy papa to two toy breed dogs. I live in the foothills of California and love it here, this is truly where I wish to live out my days.

I started cycling as a cross training activity for Brazilian jiu-jitsu back in 2010 but it quickly took over my life as I fell deeper into the crazy sport of cycling. I am a cat 2 NCNCA racer, which took me 3 years to reach. As for being vegan, it has been a 10-year journey into health after eating fast food 3 times a day, EVERYDAY.

I am not an activist, I don’t think anyone is horrible for eating meat or just living a life different than mine. I simply want to show you, the viewer, the subscriber, the fan, that there is another way to live life. If you think it looks cool, then try it. If not, eat meat while watching my videos, I am not here to force change, change will come if you want it.

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Insight – AMERICAN IDOL REJECTS TALENTED SINGER WITH DISABILITY – HOW NYC’S RECYCLE A BICYCLE GOES FULL CYCLE – 01.21.16

Singer, songwriter and entertainer – Mario Bonds was floored (along with most of America) Wednesday night when all three American Idol judges thought he didn’t have what it takes. For the first time, Mario talks with Mark about his performance, the judges criticism and you won’t believe what one incredibly insensitive American Idol Producer said to Mario regarding his blindness!

Not only does Mark start most of his days on a bike before sunrise – today Mark talks with Emily Piccone from Recycle A Bicycle on the numerous programs that serve both NYC youth and adults through education programs to learning bike mechanics. And Emily and Mark share why they’re passionate cyclists and the numerous positive ramifications biking and Recycle A Bicycle have on the public. www.recycleabicycle.org

Have Mark Farrell speak at your school (K-12), college, corporation on vital topics including overcoming adversity, self entitlement, mental health, drugs/alcohol, anti-bullying-anti-teasing and more vital topics that all stem from Mark’s varied life experience. www.markfarrellmotivation.com