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Las Vegas police officer David Anthony has been named the 2018 Sexiest Vegan Next Door by the world’s largest animal rights organization, PETA. Anthony has served on the Las Vegas police force for eight years. He was one of the first officers onsite at the 2017 Las Vegas shooting, where he assisted in evacuating citizens […]
A new Florida-based, cruelty-free, sustainable, and vegan handbag brand has launched, founded by mother and daughter duo, Megan and Aroon Duncanson. The new brand, Livin’ the MAD Life, is named after the pair, Aroon explained to WSFN, “MAD is actually our initials,” she said. “So, Megan Aroon Duncanson is her full name and my name’s Aroon. MAD, so […]
A 13-year-old Canadian boy, Mackenzie Clark, has been honored with a humanitarian award for his work for animal rights. Grade 8 student, Clark, has raised over $16,000 for his local animal welfare organization – Brandon Humane Society. The award was presented to Clark by the Manitoba Teachers Society at the Manitoba Theatre for Young People […]
Hi, friends of LK! Today is LIVEKINDLY’s first birthday. I can’t believe it’s been a year…I’m overcome with joy, gratitude, and a wee bit of exhaustion! This time last year I was teaching myself basic publishing, hoping to create a small sanctuary of positivity on the Internet for anyone curious and passionate about the benefits […]
The fifth annual Vegan Congress will be held this week in Tel Aviv, the world’s vegan capital. The two-day event, sponsored by Vegan-Friendly Israel, begins on March 8. Activists such as James Aspey and Joey Carbstrong, as well as co-founder of the Good Food Institute, Nick Cooney, are among the influential guests who will speak at this […]
The Youth Empowered Action (YEA) Camp is a “social justice leadership camp for teen activists,” that has been running since 2009. The organisation teaches and inspires young people who want to change the world, giving them the skills they need to help the planet and society. However, not wanting to exclude passionate adults, YEA has […]
Chicago’s Black vegan community is creating a thriving vegan movement with businesses and restaurants that put new animal-free twists on some of the most popular soul food dishes. In fact, Chicago is home to one of the oldest vegan soul food restaurants in the entire country, Original Soul Vegetarian, which has been “serving food as medicine for […]