This Q&A session followed a speech I gave at Woodstock Fruit Festival in Diamond Point, NY. If you haven’t seen the speech, you can watch it here. I hope you find this session helpful. In this we cover such topics as the ethics of honey, whether cats can be vegan, backyard chickens and the health consequences of eggs, the ethics of horseback riding, why people don’t make the connection and more
Here are the questions I was asked and how I answered them. To hear my full responses, be sure to watch the video above (read more + resources)
If you’re concerned about the state of our world, if you love animals, if you care about the environment, if you want to be healthy, and if you want to feed the world’s hungry, open your mind and heart and listen. This speech will change how you see everything. Learn the impact your individual choices have on the world around you and how simple actions can heal the planet, humanity, and other beings. [tweet this speech:version one | version two]
In today’s Q&A we’ll be talking about what to do when faced with non-vegan temptation food as well as how to address parental concerns about veganism being “extreme”. Before we jump in, however, I just wanted to check in and update you all. The reason you’re seeing another Q&A so soon is that I just arrived home from a speaking engagement at the Woodstock Fruit Festival and because I wanted that speech to be the very best it could be, and with the time of travel, I felt it was better to provide you today with more of your questions answered, rather than try to throw together some of the important content I have planned in a haphazard manner. I do hope to have the speech up in the next video, so stay tuned for that and prepare to share the message far and wide! (read more + resources)
In today’s vegan Q&A, we’ll be talking about the euthanasia of companion animals, the struggle of being around family members and loved ones who still have not made the connection and remain non-vegan, and more! This is the first Q&A I’ve done in some time and I hope to do more of these in the future because I think that it’s important to be able to answer your questions as directly as I can. [And in a little bit faster method than my highly research videos which I will continue to do as well.] [tweet this Q&A out!] (read more + resources)
Today’s video post was going to be a Q&A and I guess in a sense it still is. Recently there’s been a video addressed to me concerning white privilege and my failure to address the issues of other marginalized groups within my activism. Today I’d like to try and answer that concern. (read more + resources)
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