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Black Vegans Shouldn’t Be Invisible

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In this class & panel we will discuss the connection between African American culture and veganism — and the erasure of Black vegans and Black veganism from our socio-cultural conversations about who is vegan and what it means to be vegan. This class will consider why mainstream media has historically depicted veganism as a largely white and elite practice and what this erasure does to historically excluded communities that have always practiced veganism.

what you'll learn:
connection between African American culture and veganism
compare and contrast contemporary media depictions of veganism vs the statistics about who is vegan and who is not
the intersectionality of plant based living and veganism
recognition of the negative effects of the white-washing of history and how erasure is an act of violence
ways to educate oneself to be more aware of the diversity of the plant based living and veganism

We have moved to a "gift economy" structure for all class registration tickets, meaning although this content does have a cost to us as an organization, we trust you to select an option that is right for you. This may be based on your ability to pay, want to support our organization, or what you feel is an equitable price.

registration options:
Registration - $30
Registration + Fund Someone Else's Class - $60
Full Scholarship - $0

This class is appropriate for everyone 16 and older

This class will take place online through Zoom. Class access links will be received after online registration. If you do not receive your link, please check your spam or email

what to expect:
highly interactive virtual format
classroom style Q&A
we recommended to use your video during class
come to class prepared to participate, engage, and discuss
ASL interpreting and captioning is provided for all classes