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A. Breeze Harper

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– Life and career:
– Harper’s interest in veganism sparked by Dick Gregory’s work
– Influence of Queen Afua on Harper’s vegan journey
– Organized conference on veganism and Black Lives Matter
– Joined advisory board for Black Vegans Rock
– Vice-presidential nominee for the Humane Party in 2016

– Publications:
– “Sistah Vegan: Black Female Vegans Speak on Food, Identity, Health and Society”
– Research on race in veganism and consumption philosophy
– Contributions to books on food justice and racialized embodiment
– Authored “Scars: A Black Lesbian Experience in Rural White New England”
– Explored whiteness and veganism in various publications

– See also:
– Connection to critical race theory
– No additional items listed

– References:
– Recognition in publications like AfterEllen and Autostraddle
– Coverage in Ms. Magazine Blog and Civil Eats
– Interviews with Satya and The Feminist Wire
– About Black Vegans Rock and Humane Party nomination
– Various archived articles and interviews showcasing Harper’s work

– External links:
– Links to Wikiquote and Wikimedia Commons related to A. Breeze Harper
– Resources on vegetarianism and veganism
– Notable figures in vegetarianism and veganism listed

A. Breeze Harper (Wikipedia)

Amie "Breeze" Harper is an American critical race feminist, diversity strategist, and author of books and studies on veganism and racism. Her Sistah Vegan anthology features a collection of writings by black female vegans.

A. Breeze Harper
A. Breeze Harper speaking at the Intersectional Justice Conference at the Whidbey Institute
EducationDartmouth College (BA)
Harvard Extension School (ALM)
University of California, Davis (PhD)
Known for
Notable workSistah Vegan: Black Female Vegans Speak on Food, Identity, Health, and Society (2010)
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