Black Vegan News Roundup


PEP Foods Inc. Is Raising Money To Open An All-Vegan Kitchen In West Baltimore

 Pictured from The Baltimore Sun. From left to right: Luz Villar, Brenda Sanders, and Kyle Harvey. 

Pictured from The Baltimore Sun. From left to right: Luz Villar, Brenda Sanders, and Kyle Harvey. 

Brenda Sanders (pictured in the middle), a food justice activist and PEP's sales coordinator, spoke to The Baltimore Sun about the organization's goals. She said: "Our goal is to get healthier foods into the convenience stores, into the carry-outs and the corner stores." Read more HERE


Syl and Aph Ko to Speak on Feminist Panel at UCLA

Syl and Aph Ko (co-founders of Aphro-ism and Black Vegans Rock) will be speaking on a panel at UCLA called Compassionate Connections: The Intersections of Feminism and Animal Rights. Lauren Ornelas of the Food Empowerment Project and Jacqueline Morr of Project Intersect will be on the panel as well. 


Dr. Breeze Harper Featured in Autostraddle

 This is a screenshot from the original article

This is a screenshot from the original article

Autostraddle released a list titled "50+ LGBTQ Black Women You Need To Know Because We Are Awesome" and Dr. Harper was featured! 


Donate to Grow Where You Are

Grow Where You Are is a team of vegan farmers and food justice activists doing revolutionary work in the areas of food sovereignty, ecological restoration, vegan outreach and education, and animal=free growing techniques. You can become a Patron HERE


Free Screening of Vegucated

Do you live in the UK? There's a FREE screening of the film Vegucated in London on March 5th. Check out details on the Vegucated Facebook Page and make sure to RSVP. You're more than welcome to invite your local friends to the screening as well!




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