The UK's first dedicated vegan Trade and Media show
Glorious weekend at Olympia London with VegfestUK showcasing the best of veganism to around 13,500 visitors
Just under 15,000 people (13,500 visitors and 1,400 people working at the event) were at this hugely growing vegan lifestyle festival
For those planning to visit VegfestUK London 2016 and buy tickets on the gate instead of buying tickets in advance...
Visitors to VegfestUK London 2016 please take note of the 2 separate entrances that will be in use for various tickets
80 page programme with floor plan, stalls list, caterers, info on talks, cookery demos and performances
- Extremely happy to announce that Mooncup will be exhibiting with us at VegfestUK Brighton 2017 and they will have... t.co/4Ngme56P73
- How much pus is there in Cow's milk? This article by Dr Michael Greger explains..... Thrilled that Dr Greger... t.co/BBl28zqQEU
- Christopher Sebastian is this weeks vegan rock star ! Check this awesome interview with Marla Rose on Vegan... t.co/sqfCIpCvSb
Descriptions - Auditorium
11:00 - Christopher-Sebastian McJetters - Race, Class Species: An Introduction to the Intersections of Relative Oppressions
1:00 - Brenda Sanders - A Comprehensive Intersectional Approach to Vegan Activism
2:00 - lauren Ornelas - Food Justice: Your Food Choices can change the world
3:00 - Raffaella Ciavatta - One Struggle, One Fight. How to Fight for Humans and Animal Rights
4:00 - Omowale Adewale - Why Intersectionality is a Struggle (by Skype)
This talk explains the socio-political relevance of veganism as a tool to dismantle classism, environmental racism, and speciesism.
This talk gives a foundational understanding of why an intersectional approach to vegan outreach is important, shows examples of what this kind of activism looks like, and illustrates the pitfalls of taking a non-intersectional approach when doing vegan activism. I will be using examples from our Food Justice work in the States to demonstrate how important it is to understand how to effectively engage with people who live at the intersection of multiple forms of oppression.
Just because something is vegan, doesn't mean it is cruelty free. In this talk find out how do your food choices impact humans, animals and the environment around the globe. What does a just food system look like and how can you make it possible? Your food choices can have impacts beyond your own kitchen, including the exploitation of workers and animals, as well as the effects of environmental racism. Learn what you can do to help create a more just and equitable food system.
Is it possible to do grassroots activism that dismantles multiple forms of oppression?
Does focusing on multiple issue weakens the message?
Collective Free wants to provide a holistic view of what activism could like, with case studies and tips for activists.
Omowale presents the basis for intersectionality and the oppressive conditions involving sex, race, class, 3rd world, etc. Social change is about justice being fundamental and primary to peaceful conditions. Omowale explains why we must expect, respect and welcome the narrative of the oppressed and all animals' will to rage and provide no peace until there is justice for all.