Have a black vegan event happening in the month of February?
February 2023 class will be focused on the long term health implications of consuming meat and dairy. If you've ever wondered why meat and dairy is disease promoting, this class is for you. Get Planted is a complimentary recurring (every 1st Saturday) plant based nutrition class where The Black Health Academy founder, Lisa A Smith, teaches the nutrition and lifestyle science to support taking a whole food plant based approach to health and longevity.
The Toronto Black Vegan Pop-Up Market is an opportunity for you to enjoy vegan meals and delicacies with unique African and Caribbean flavours. The menu ranges from vegan versions of African/Caribbean ethnic foods and drinks to new creations that give North American fruits and vegetables an African/Caribbean mouth-watering twist of taste and texture. Cruelty-free gift items for skin care and plant-based health and wellness developed and sold by African/Caribbean entrepreneurs will also be available. Everyone is welcome!
The 21-Day Vegan Challenge is a program that has been designed for anyone desiring to make a lifestyle change or for those who would like to explore and experience the health benefits of a vegan diet. One of the safest ways to eliminate or trim excess weight, prevent diabetes, lower blood pressure, reduce cancer risk, etc. is by adopting a plant-based diet that includes all grains, beans, legumes, vegetables, and fruit.
This program includes:
• Written Instructions
• A detailed 21-Day meal plan
• A copy of the Kale Yeah, It’s Good cookbook
• A Grocery list
• 21-Day Interactive Journal
• Access to Facebook Group
"Vegan Mobilization and Tasting Workshop"
Hosted By: Initiative for Progess and Environment Protection IPPE asbl encronym
Location: Province of North Kivu, city of Goma in DR Congo
Date: Friday 10, February 2023
Contact: Justin Lumoo Paluku
This popular mobilization event will allow participants to position themselves as actors and to adopt changes and behaviors both in their communities and elsewhere. By initiating this initiative, we want to contribute to bringing about a change in the mode of participants who, in turn, will be able to sensitize other families by demonstrating their commitment to adopting a vegan diet. As part of this same program, we will also be asking association members and their families to take action to support this cause, including through the following means: buying locally grown organic fruits and vegetables; get to know a local producer, grow vegetables in a vegetable garden or in pots, prepare a dish made exclusively from local vegan ingredients.