Richard Schwartz is professor emeritus at the College of Staten Island, president emeritus of Jewish Veg, and author of Judaism and Vegetarianism, Judaism and Global Survival, and Who Stole My Religion and over 250 articles. His next book, Vegan Revolution is due out in September, 2020.
John Lewis aka Badass Vegan is a wellness advocate, entrepreneur and film maker. His most recent film They’re Trying To Kill Us is a groundbreaking feature-length documentary from the award-winning co-director of What The Health and Cowspiracy, that follows his journey as he uncovers the intersections of diet, disease, poverty, systemic racism, and government collusion with industry.
Instagram: @Badassvegan @theyretryingtokillus
Vegan Face Masks
“With everyone wearing a face mask to help protect each other from the spread of COVID-19, I thought, what better way to share a vegan message than to do so as we demonstrate kindness to our neighbors. I loved creating the graphics for these face masks. I hope people enjoy wearing them just as much.” – Sharon Nazarian
Blast from the past! ~ Catch Dr. Schwartz’s last appearance (he was on with Rabbi Schmuly Yanklowitz in 2016) and my first interview with Badass Vegan John Lewis in 2014 (the other guest that day was Jane Velez-Mitchell, noted broadcaster and founder of Jane Unchained Media).
Upcoming Virtual Events
- Virtual Food as Medicine Summit & Expo ~ August 29-30
- Zero To Plant Based In No Time at All ~ Free Zoom event, Sept. 19, 11 to 12:30 pm ET
- Acing Age With Ayurveda ~ Zoom event, Sept. 26-27, 2020, 10:30 to 4:00 pm ET
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