[NEW!] Two great reads by BlackFeministVegan

The Journey Will Not Be Televised: Why Black Folk Choose Vegan. In my experience, I’ve learned that a Black person’s choice to go vegan is motivated by reclamation of health. For many, this is true- and for many others, the journey expands upon, and relies upon, values of anti-capitalism and anti-oppression. Interested in this read? […]

A Week In Review: Speaking on community-led food justice efforts

What an amazing week! On Monday, at The People’s Survival Program, I had the pleasure to facilitate a critical community discussion on the Black Panther Party, and specifically, the People’s Free Food Program. In addition to analyzing the accomplishments of the People’s Free Food Program, we unpacked the logistics of the program and elements of […]

NEW! Food Justice Course

Hi everyone! THANK YOU for all the love and support! I’m ecstatic to deliver my first BlackFeministVegan course!!! COURSE NAME: Intro to Food Justice COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course provides an introductory understanding of food justice that centers vegan and Black feminist liberation values. The goal is to facilitate lasting change in your approach to food […]

What Would Non-Human Animals Do If We Didn’t Eat Them?

“What would cows do if we didn’t eat them?” Well. 🙂 You’re looking at it! Productivity is a harmful element that is a huge determinant of one’s worth or value in a capitalist society. You know, this question was often (and is often) asked when referring to enslaved (+ incarcerated) people. If they didn’t work […]

How to Choose Vegan Activism Instead of Animal-Friendly White Supremacy

Hey, folx! So, as you may have guessed, this ain’t it. I’ll just dive right in. If this is a statement that you don’t see anything wrong with, I could understand that given the general classist undertone to the mainstream vegan narrative. What many people don’t realize, though, is that aside from being classist the […]