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7 Latinx-Owned Vegan Brands to Support During Hispanic Heritage Month
7 Latinx-Owned Vegan Brands to Support During Hispanic Heritage Month
Today, September 14th is Support Latino Business day! Mayors across the country including in Austin, Boston, Charlotte, Dallas, Denver, District of Columbia, El Paso, Houston, Lawrence, Los Angeles, McAllen, Oakland, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Francisco have issued city proclamations in observance of the special day and are urging communities to support local Latinx businesses... Read Mor
Colin Kaepernick’s Camp and LA Station Team Up to Donate 4,500 Impossible Burgers
Colin Kaepernick’s Camp and LA Station Team Up to Donate 4,500 Impossible Burgers
Some of our favorite plant-based food companies, big and small, have stepped up amid the coronavirus outbreak to help feed millions of food-insecure among them. Among one of the key players stepping up the plate? Impossible Foods, who partnered with Colin Kaepernick’s civil rights initiative Know Your Rights Camp last month...
Rapper Loses Leg to Diabetes, and Friends Rally to Support
Rapper Loses Leg to Diabetes, and Friends Rally to Support
When a famous rapper loses a leg to diabetes there is little to do but offer sympathy and give to the GoFundMe page set up for his treatment and follow up care. Today, as we listened to The Beet's Creative AdvisorJermaine Dupri being interviewed for HipHopDX, we learned that Andre "Doctor Dre" Brown, most known for having starred in the MTV show Yo...
New Black Family-Owned Vegan Bakery Makes Treats Just “Like Mom’s” Only Vegan
New Black Family-Owned Vegan Bakery Makes Treats Just “Like Mom’s” Only Vegan
Hey, Cincy friends, do we have some news for you: Like Mom’s Only Vegan bakery has opened up and the menu offerings are enough to make even the staunchest of pretzel salt aficionados ready to indulge their sweet tooth. The Black family-owned vegan bakery is certainly leaving fans inspired by their driving principles, too...
Slutty Vegan’s Pinky Cole Offers Jobs, Scholarships to 30 Juvenile Offenders
Slutty Vegan’s Pinky Cole Offers Jobs, Scholarships to 30 Juvenile Offenders
Pinky Cole, owner of Atlanta vegan favorite Slutty Vegan, is continuing her staunch community support by giving $10,000 college scholarships as well as jobs to 30 juvenile offenders, offering them a new start. These jobs will be at Slutty Vegan locations at restaurants and food trucks in the metro Atlanta area...
VH1 Love & Hip Hop Stars Safaree and Erica Mena Go Vegan: “It Feels Great!”
VH1 Love & Hip Hop Stars Safaree and Erica Mena Go Vegan: “It Feels Great!”
Whether we’ve been a full-fledged vegan for decades, plant-leaning for years thanks to our vegan college roommate, or newly on the plant-strong bandwagon, we all arrive here for different reasons. Some of us eat vegan for our health, others try a vegan diet for our waistlines, and still others go plant-based to lessen our impact on the environment...

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