12 ways to practice vegan activism and make a difference

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  1. Focus are on animals, how about the plants/vegetables, fruits? Plants are living things too. If you eat them, don’t you kill them mercilessly? especially if you eat them raw?

  2. I love your blog!! Thank you for making such great content! I like to read your posts whenever I’m feeling sad about the state of the world because they’re very uplifting and offer great advice.

  3. Thank you….this website is just what I needed. I have been vegan for 10 years, I am 62 years old. Previous to that I had periods of being a vegetarian / flesh eater. I need to learn how to debate non vegans. I get waaaaaaaaay too emotional and pissed off with them.

  4. As a vegetarian for 16 years, the transition to vegan wasn’t very difficult but getting my mind ready for it took the most work – I recently became a vegan after binge-watching several different documentaries and it was as if a switch flicked in my brain. Now I am soaking up content (mostly yours) to live a more sustainable, minimalist, vegan lifestyle.

  5. What a refreshing and peaceful website that represents the minimalist concept perfectly. I actually felt calm while exploring your site which is highly unusual. I have my first business meeting tomorrow looking for financial backing for an extraordinary, multi-faceted and complex Vegan entrepreneurial vision . I expect the gentleman will be quite unfamiliar with the Vegan or Vegetarian concept so in preparation I wanted to be able to present the statistics of the Vegan movement to interest him from a purely investment strategy. I came across your site and even after finding some supportive figures I have lingered and enjoyed your site. I expect I will be dealing with a person who will only be looking at the bottom line financially. If there is other information on the movement and trends that might support a solid financial decision I would be appreciative if you could point me in the right direction. Thank you again for this exceptionally well done website.

    1. Hi Marjorie, we’re so glad that our blog resonates with you. Unfortunately, I don’t have any specific figures in relation to the shift of the animal rights movement. With that said, I would be looking at the kind of measures you want to include. Examples include tracking the growth of google search results, increased demand for plant-based foods and fashion—things of that nature. Good luck with the meeting, we’re rooting for you!

  6. I just read your new book The Minimalist Vegan. Loved every word. I have recently become vegan and I will never go back. I love animals and our planet. It’s hard to fathom though that just one person can help to make changes. I am working on ways that I can be more effective that way. Most people don’t want to hear any of it. I will keep working on it. I do think that showing by example has a huge effect.

    1. Andrea, thank you so much for your kind words, it means a lot to us! Kudos to you for becoming vegan and seeking ways to help make changes. Don’t underestimate the small things you can do to help spread the vegan message. Let us know how you go 🙂