Bringing Vegan to Baltimore: A Conversation with Food Justice Activist Brenda Sanders
Herd Around the Barn
Note: While our guest’s audio is perfect, Kathy's is a bit muted in portions of the recording. We apologize, but don’t believe this will impact your enjoyment of this important conversation. Meet powerhouse Brenda Sanders, a Baltimore food justice activist, bringing veganism to her community and beyond. Kathy and Brenda discuss: how childhood hunger and the predictable illnesses that plague people living in marginalized communities were catalysts for her work the creation of multiple groundbreaking programs and non-profits—a vegan deli and food distributor, an Afro-Vegan Society, the Vegan Soulfest, and more!--to meet the needs of her community how white vegans need to “get that it’s time for a diverse movement” Connect with Kathy Stevens: Facebook: Kathy Stevens, Catskill Animal Sanctuary Twitter: @CASanctuary Books: Where the Blind Horse Sings Website: CASanctuary.org Instagram: @catskill_animal_sanctuary YouTube: Catskill Animal Sanctuary
Brenda Sanders & Bruce Stout on Inventory and New Construction
Kansas City RealTalk
Brenda Sanders and Bruce Stout (with special appearance from Bob Sloan) from Rodrock Homes talk about the lumber shortage, how it's affecting new home construction and whether new homes could be the answer to the current housing shortage.Bobbi's Book Bit: SuperFreakonomics by Stephen J. Dubner and Steven Levitt
Brenda Sanders on Making Veganism Accessible to Black Communities and Using It to Help Overcome Race-Based Oppression
Featuring an interview with vegan food justice activist Brenda Sanders, founder and president of the Afro-Vegan Society. Also, a discussion on elephants and rhinos, as well as the various ways in which they are exploited and harmed by humans and how to resist this, to celebrate Elephant Appreciation Day and World Rhino Day.Read more →
-Jasmin and Mariann discuss Jasmin's recent interview with Tig Notaro for VegNews and what the future of space food might be, using social media to encourage restaurants to carry more vegan options, and a humorous issue of gendered income discrepancy.-Brenda Sanders returns to the podcast to talk with Jasmin about The Greener Kitchen, Vegan SoulFest, and why creating an affordable, accessible plant-based food system is vital to vegan activism (14:30). -Mariann brings us Rising Anxieties from around the world, including more panic of the rise of veganism and the impending fall of the meat and dairy industry (59:45).
This week The Bearded Vegans continue their winter break interview series with the prolific vegan food justice activist Brenda Sanders. Having founded or co-founded The Afro Vegan Society, Thrive Vegan […]
ARZone Intersectionality Interview 6 - Brenda Sanders
ARZone (Animal Rights Zone) Podcasts
Episode 6 features Brenda Sanders is a food justice activist in Baltimore City who has dedicated her life to fighting for vulnerable populations. As a community organizer, Brenda has coordinated events like The Vegan Living Program - an annual 6-week vegan education program, Eating for Life - a plant-based cooking workshop, Vegan SoulFest - a festival that celebrates culture and the vegan
Food Security & Veganism Grows in Baltimore with Food Activist Brenda Sanders
A Better World with Mitchell Rabin
Tune in Wednesdays 6pm EDT Live. And heard in Radio Archive anytimeWednesday, October 21, 6pm EDT: The subject of food and food insecurity across America is of increasing discussion as the economic disparity continues to increase. Yet, in one of the more economically unjust areas in the country, Baltimore, MD, another stream that is building community around health and nutrition, veganism and food security is growing. The interest in learning about building and sustaining health is on the upswing.Mitchell will discuss the actions on the ground in Baltimore’s inner city with Food Justice Activist Brenda Sanders who is among a number of community organizers and activists leading the way in Baltimore. As Executive Director of the Better Health, Better Life organization, Brenda conducts educational workshops, urban garden building and other community-based programs to address issues of food insecurity and health disparities that exist in low income Baltimore communities. This work in Baltimore is quickly becoming a model for other cities across the country.Join us for an exciting conversation about this incredibly important subject that is coming to help thousands of people.