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Black Well-Being & veganism

Below are the best resources we could find on Black Well-Being and veganism.

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Vegan Women of Color Break New Ground

Vegan women of color around the country are on a mission to prove just how connected animal welfare is to gender, race, and class issues.

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Supanova Slom and Queen Afua: The Real Holy Trinity that Religion Doesn’t Speak On

Queen Afua talks with her son about parents ending their relationships with each other and single parenting and co-parenting.

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Healthy at Last: A Plant-Based Approach to Preventing and Reversing Diabetes and Other Chronic Illnesses

African Americans are heavier and sicker than any other group in the U.S., with nearly half of all Black adults suffering from some form of cardiovascular disease.

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Experiencing Homelessness Never Stopped LaRayia Gaston From Feeling Abundant

LaRayia Gaston’s unwavering inner compass and infectious sense of abundance has accompanied her through a childhood of physical abuse and the 3 periods of homelessness that followed her decision to leave home out of radical self-love at 16.

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Vegan Soul Kitchen: Fresh, Healthy, and Creative African-American Cuisine

One of the foremost voices in food activism and justice, Bryant Terry brings soul food back to its roots with plant-based, farm-to-table, real food recipes that leave out heavy salt and refined sugar, "bad" fats, and unhealthy cooking techniques, and leave in the down-home flavor.

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Beautiful People: LaRayia Gaston, Food Activist + Founder

Food is love—that message is clear in the work being done by LaRayia Gaston, activist and founder of Lunch On Me, which feeds 10,000 organic, plant-based meals to the homeless each month.

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The Surprisingly Black History of Veganism

Veganism can be traced back over two thousand years to the ancient cultures in India, the Mediterranean basin and Africa. Veganism can be traced back over two thousand years to the ancient cultures in India, the Mediterranean basin and Africa.

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Beautiful People: LaRayia Gaston

Food is love—that message is clear in the work being done by LaRayia Gaston, activist and founder of Lunch On Me, which feeds 10,000 organic, plant-based meals to the homeless each month.

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The Story of How LaRayia Gaston Founded Lunch On Me Will Move You to Take Action

If you think your actions alone aren't enough to make a meaningful change, then read this.

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Black Vegetarian: Queen Afua, Part 1

I am thrilled to be able to share a recent interview we did with Queen Afua, author of Heal Thyself and Sacred Women and many other books that have been powerful catalysts for change for many people.

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