Vegan BIPOC

Stand Up For Animals
& Go Vegan

Research indicates that more African Americans are going vegan than white people. According to data analytics firm Gallup, nonwhites, in general, are more likely to reduce meat consumption, follow a flexitarian diet, and go vegan than other demographics. Health and the environment are key motivators for changing diets. LiveVegan has compiled resources just for you. [Source: LIVEKINDLY]

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Downloads

Visit the LiveVegan download page for vegan starter guides, white papers, PDFs, graphics and more. We've made sure you're off to a great start by providing all you need in one easy webpage.

Videos

Get started at veganvideos.org and explore vegan videos across many categories. This unique search tool will help refine your research and get you what you need to be an effective advocate for the animals.

Reading

We've compiled a list of our favorite books and to help you go vegan. It's never been easier to go plant-based. Scroll for more about BIPOC writers and their own perspective on veganism.

Movie Recommendations

Knowledge of a healthier lifestyle is everyone’s right. Veganism is a common platform we share in solidarity for the animals, ourselves, & the planet. Here are just a few of the films that honor our movement’s spectrum of social awareness.  

Who to Follow

Role models are vital to a successful social movement, and we have many.
These individuals set the bar high and motivate change. Let’s all stay inspired! 

Book Recommendations

Check out some of these best-selling authors.
Or use Amazon and Barnes & Noble to locate additional titles.

Veganism isn’t new for Africans — it’s a return to our roots, say these chefs and entrepreneurs. READ MORE from PROVEG INTERNATIONAL.

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