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THE RISE OF BLACK VEGANS IN AMERICA

A month late for Black History Month in February. But wanted to make sure to talk about an important subject. Many black people are realizing the connection of animal rights, the environment and for their health, and as far as health; blacks tend to have higher than most of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease because of their high fat diets. …

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VEGAN FASHION ~ Faux Fur Brands to be in the now!

It’s an exciting time for animal rights activists! We’ve accomplished so many victories over the past 5 – 10 years, with PETA, Robert Banks and Rachel Ejsmont and many activists taking Direct Action to Designers in NYC, also many anti-fur organizations, like Anti-Fur Coalition CAFT, and way too many to name, that have had a large part of legislation and …

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DANONE CONVERTS FRENCH DAIRY TO OAT MILK PLANT WITH $49 MILLION INVESTMENT

Another Dairy converts to the rising demand of plant milks! Danone announced its conversion from dairy to oat milk with it’s popular Alpro brand. With Danone’s sight set on 2025, Danone aims to increase its global plant-based sales to $6 billion. Danone’s focus on oat milk is in step with a recent study by Future Market Insights,(F.M.I.), siting industry trends …

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FLOWER GAZING MEDITATION WITH A HIGH FREQUENCY ROSE

During these trying times, we all need grounding tools, and I do believe that as humans, we try our best to constantly evolve. I try to the best of my ability to incorporate a daily meditation practice, be it 10 minutes to 20 minutes at least 4 to 5 days a week. When you do animal rights and have suffered …

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VEGAN IN NEW YORK, WHAT THE BEAUTIFUL CITY!

I’d forgotten how gorgeous New York was! Hanz, my son, graduated Fordham University this summer and he decided to move to Los Angeles. This trip was a bit of relaxing, eating vegan food, moving him out of his Bronx apartment located near the college, and a quick fur protest at Dolce and Gabbana with a new friend Royce, with help …