Tag: black veganism

Veguary: Brenda Sanders on Afro-Vegan Society’s Exciting New Campaign

Featuring food justice activist Brenda Sanders, founder and president of Afro-Vegan Society, on the society’s new “Veguary” campaign. Plus: a captivating look at monarch butterflies.

Jasmine Leyva of The Invisible Vegan on Filmmaking in Social Justice and Wellness Movements, and Animal Justice Lawyer Camille Labchuk on the Recent Agricultural Gag Bill 156 Passing in Ontario

Our feature interview in this show is vegan filmmaker Jasmine Leyva of The Invisible Vegan on the role of filmmaking and other art forms in movements for social justice and wellness. We also speak with Animal Justice lawyer Camille Labchuk on Bill 156.

World Oceans Day Show: Professor and Researcher Dr. Kristin Walker on Compassionate Conservation, and the Human Disruptions and Impacts on Sea Lions

For World Oceans Day, a feature interview with researcher and UBC professor Dr. Kristen Walker on conservation and the human impacts on sea lions.

Brenda Sanders on Making Veganism Accessible to Black Communities and Using It to Help Overcome Race-Based Oppression

Featuring an interview with vegan food justice activist Brenda Sanders, founder and president of the Afro-Vegan Society. Also, a discussion on elephants and rhinos, as well as the various ways in which they are exploited and harmed by humans and how to resist this, to celebrate Elephant Appreciation Day and World Rhino Day.