The Invisible Vegan

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Anonymous says:

“Vegan is to flavorful and tasty… So it can’t be white people’s food.” I am, by birth, with no fault of my own, a white person. I have recently started a plant based diet and love watching any documentary promoting it. The Invisible Vegan was at the top of my list. I have only watched 5 minutes of it, so I cannot rate i unfavorable. I am sure it deserve five stars. In the first 5 minutes I was introduced to a group of young women making plant based foods, mocking it as white people foods, and also saying it couldn’t be white people food because it was so tasty…

Anonymous says:

Everyone should watch this documentary I’ve been following The Invisible Vegan on Instagram for a while now, and I’m so happy that the film is finding an audience. The documentary explores how plant-based eating intersects with race, class and gender. It examines how institutional racism impacts the health of African Americans while also exploring emotional connections to food as it relates to family and community. The documentary makes it clear that food is never simply food – there are so many layers to what we eat and how we…

Anonymous says:

Great Film! This film looks at plant-based eating with race, class and gender, which is an important consideration and one that hasn’t been focused on before. A great film to be shared with your friends and loved ones. Allows us to focus on healing ourselves, our community and our world.

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