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Call for presenters

Are you a black vegan expert who wants to share your knowledge?

FRIDAY, JUNE 4TH SUBMISSION DEADLINE

Calling all Black vegan chefs, social justice activists, wellness gurus, animal advocates, environmentalists, gardening enthusiasts, fitness pros, and more! June is Afro-Vegan Society's Anti- Dairy Month and we want to feature you! Throughout the month we are hosting the Dump Dairy Workshop Series featuring educational, engaging, enlightening, and inspiring virtual workshops, cooking demos, and informative videos created for US and by US. We want to highlight you and the amazing work you’re doing across all of our platforms including our website, our social media platforms, email newsletter and our YouTube channel.

 

To be considered, please follow the submission guidelines below and submit no later than Friday, June 4th. If your presentation is selected to be included in the Dump Dairy line-up, you will be contacted no later than two weeks prior to the publish date with further details on how to promote your participation in the Dump Dairy program.

 

Submission Guidelines

To be considered, complete the form linked below, and include the link to your video file for review. For easiest sharing, upload your video file to Google Drive and copy and paste the link into the form.

 

Your video should be 15-30 minutes in length. It should be filmed in landscape orientation (hold your phone sideways). Please refrain from submitting videos that are shaky or blurry, have background noise, contain profanity, or copyrighted music. We have included a few examples of high-quality videos that we have featured in previous events. 

 

Cooking Demo Examples

Should focus on creating recipes highlighting vegan alternatives to dairy including milk, cheese, sour cream, butter and more. 

Education Session Examples

We're looking for topics that highlight the negative impacts of dairy production and consumption in our communities for our health, environment, the food system and more. We're also looking for sessions that educate people on how to get the nutrients commonly associated with dairy products from plant-based sources. We also welcome presentations that explore the need for a dairy-free future from the activist and research perspectives.

 

If you have any questions prior to submitting, please email afrovegansociety@gmail.com