You must have come across Go Vegan for Regan, but who is Regan, and why someone should go vegan for her?
Cutting a long story short, Regan is a martyr who gave her life to spare pigs and other factory-farmed animals. (Drumrolls)
Regan Russell was a 65-year old animal activist at a vigil for animals outside of a killing facility in Ontario, Canada.
She comforted the pigs arriving on transport trucks, giving the unethically kept animals water and holding up her protest sign.
Suddenly, a transport truck filled with innocent pigs approached the slaughterhouse and hit Regan!
She was run over and killed.
Regan Russell was an activist for more than forty years and will always be remembered for her struggle to treat animals fairly.
The “Regan’s song” is a motivational narrative devoted to Regan. The song is all about her life and how she died.
PUNK ROCKER SETS HER FOOT IN
Lisa Barca, a professor, vegan activist, a punk rocker with a Ph.D. in literature, came up with Regan Song to honor the animal rights activist whose death has given rise to protests across the world.
If the death of Regan has left with heartache, then you can sing along too, “Go Vegan for Regan!”
Lisa Barca leads an all-vegan punk band named Scarlet Rescue. She runs it with a mission to “rock for all-species liberation.”
The ethic band includes Lisa on guitar, vocals, mandolin: Stephen P. Davis on keyboards and vocals: Burns on drums, guitars, and vocals: Dillon Euell Pape on bass vocals.
This summer, Scarlet rescue came out with a song for all plant-based eaters about not wanting to go to non-veg BBQ.
Jane was deeply sorrowed by the demise of Regan Russell’s death. Therefore, she wrote a rough structure of the song, and Jane sang it. Lisa made it into a unique punk rock anthem.