Vegans of Color

Because we don’t have the luxury of being single-issue

Sistah Vegan Needs Revolutionary Black Female Vegan Activists August 4, 2010

Filed under: vegan — Dr. A. Breeze Harper @ 12:19 am

In this video, I speak of my call for help for my dissertation work. For my work,  I would like to incorporate and analyze black female vegans who merge a black feminist/womanist/critical race/ vegan consciousness into their social justice activism. If you think you fit the criteria, please send me an email at breezeharper (at) gmail (dot) com . I am looking for critical reflections from black female vegans activists who offer open minded critiques of racism, ableism, homophobia, fatphobia, transphobia, classism, normative whiteness and speak of how opposition against these ‘isms’ are incorporated into their vegan consciousness and activism.

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2 Responses to “Sistah Vegan Needs Revolutionary Black Female Vegan Activists”

  1. crunchy & chic Says:

    I’m not nearly “active” enough in my activism to be of help (I live by example), but I’m looking forward to seeing others’ responses!

  2. Taymer Says:

    The majority of the description fits me but I have yet to do enough to say I am an activist.:(…..I would have loved to be a part of this Breeze


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