Rubicon Bakers, a California-based social justice-driven bakery, is bringing its vegan Chocolate Blackout Cake products to market. The new range is now available at select locations of Whole Foods Market, Safeway, Sprouts, and Natural Grocers. After more than a year in research and development, the new line boasts the double-layer Vegan Vanilla Cake and Vegan […]
A new vegan pop-up bakery Blackstreet Bakery has launched at the Mississippi Street Fair in Portland. The bakery describes itself as a “Black-led vegan pop-up bakery” and has a social justice mission: “to honor the history of Mississippi Avenue as a major part of Portland’s Black community and to expand economic opportunity for Black people in baking.” Organized by the […]
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 […]
Feminist adult filmmaker, Erika Lust, has taken to Instagram to announce her decision to go vegan this 2018. Lust, who directors pornographic films for people ‘who don’t think that sex always has to be presented as cheap, tasteless and vulgar,’ believes that this new lifestyle change is in line with her morals, as well as […]
In an academic article recently published in the Journal of Feminist Geography, Anne DeLassio-Parson has argued that eating meat upholds the patriarchy and refusing to eat it can be deemed an act of feminism. DeLassio-Parson, who is a sociology professor at Pennsylvania State University, spoke with vegetarian Argentinian men to understand how not eating meat […]