Wednesday, March 8, 2017

ARZone Intersectionality Interview 22 - Julia Feliz

Episode 22 features intersectional vegan activist and author, Julia Feliz.

Julia is an intersectional vegan, an artist and the author of the first ever vegan themed board book for babies and toddlers, Libby Finds Vegan Sanctuary.

Julia runs The Vegan Craftivist Project, which advocates on behalf of other animals through craft, and recently became president of a Swiss based association, Solidarity for Humanity, which aims to provide a platform for marginalized communities, as well as lead US Americans abroad to best fight against oppression.  

Julia has been an ethical vegan since 2008, and is now also a mother who enjoys creating art for her young children and colouring by their side.

To listen to the interview, please click HERE 


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Courtney Smith said...

It's very kind of you to be a vegan from ethical point of view. For me it's hard not to eat meat but also I don't want to eat it if I see how animals are killed. I've read a lot of information about vegan lifestyle and I'm on my way to this lifestyle.

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