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VegNews Magazine

The Black Vegan Issue
Magazine

The premier vegetarian lifestyle magazine, VegNews is packed with the latest recipes, news, health information, events, products, must-read books, interviews, and so much more. In addition to its award-winning publication, the vegetarian media company also produces VegNews.com along with a collection of popular e-newsletters, blogs, events, and vacations.

Media & Melanin

your SAY • VN READERS SHARE WHAT’S ON THEIR MINDS

CONTRIBUTORS

VegNews Magazine

Feeding a Revolution • In Minneapolis, historic protests for racial justice carry even more significance for the state’s first Black-owned vegan restaurant.

NEWS/now

pinky’s promise • For 33-year-old activist and entrepreneur Aisha “Pinky” Cole — founder of Slutty Vegan and the mastermind behind a foundation that is changing the way Atlanta treats its Black community—vegan burgers are the first step toward healing.

Simply Slutty • Atlanta’s Slutty Vegan is making plant-based living even sexier with a menu that reads more like the Kama Sutra. We asked owner Pinky Cole for the most tempting standout items sure to guarantee a night you won’t soon forget.

BLACK & WELL • IN CASE YOU HADN’T NOTICED, the world of wellness has exploded into the modern age. Trendy mushroom lattes, trampoline classes that target your lymphatic system, and did you know CBD is out and CBG is in? But the most exciting, and important, part of the modern wellness boom isn’t the next forest floor ingredient we’ll be sipping on, but what the world of wellness will look like. The future of the industry is inviting and inclusive. It’s accessible to different genders, classes, body types, and skin colors. It turns old norms on its head (trap yoga, anyone?). And luckily, it’s all happening now. As momentum builds, an exciting wave of Black spaces, products, and platforms is starting to make a serious dent in its largely white facade. From Black-owned virtual houseplant stores to fitness studios free from microaggressions to the advocates fighting to save the lives of Black women through fertility services, these trailblazers are proving, once and for all, that wellness is for everyone.

Spaces for Healing

Get Your Mind Right

PLANT POWER

Buy Black, FEEL WELL

Mother of all Missions

Diversify Your Feed • After a trying year of seemingly never-ending bad news, it’s time: we’re taking back our social feeds. These inspiring Black content creators are offering encouragement, resources, and healthy ways to cope with these tough times—and maybe even show us how to have a few laughs along the way.

VEGANISM & RACISM • Author, speaker, and activist Haile Thomas shares her experience navigating the vegan world in a Black body, why we can’t “just focus on the animals,” and how we can make the movement a more radically inclusive place for all.

Black Vegan Restaurant Tour

The Land of Kush

Plum Bistro

Ras Plant Based

Twisted Plants

Detroit Vegan Soul

Spoiled Vegans Cafe

Dirty Lettuce

Heat Wave • Fish-free tuna gets amped up with a spicy-cool buffalo ranch sauce before being grilled to cheesy perfection.

Dinner is Served • Made to bring eaters of all persuasions to the table, this comf orting family-friendly dish is big on nostalgia and meaty flavor … without the meat!

Call of the CARIBBEAN • Named after the lively music popular in the Caribbean, this Calypso Cauliflower is just as bright, thanks to a burst of lime, saffron, and serrano.

Pie is for Lovers • This island-inspired remix of banana cream pie provides a superfood twist on the classic American dessert.

Taste & Tradition • From Nigeria to New Orleans, with tingling heat and juicy tartness—the rich and varied flavors of Africa and the...


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Frequency: Quarterly Pages: 100 Publisher: VegNews Edition: The Black Vegan Issue

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: December 25, 2020

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Food & Wine

Languages

English

The premier vegetarian lifestyle magazine, VegNews is packed with the latest recipes, news, health information, events, products, must-read books, interviews, and so much more. In addition to its award-winning publication, the vegetarian media company also produces VegNews.com along with a collection of popular e-newsletters, blogs, events, and vacations.

Media & Melanin

your SAY • VN READERS SHARE WHAT’S ON THEIR MINDS

CONTRIBUTORS

VegNews Magazine

Feeding a Revolution • In Minneapolis, historic protests for racial justice carry even more significance for the state’s first Black-owned vegan restaurant.

NEWS/now

pinky’s promise • For 33-year-old activist and entrepreneur Aisha “Pinky” Cole — founder of Slutty Vegan and the mastermind behind a foundation that is changing the way Atlanta treats its Black community—vegan burgers are the first step toward healing.

Simply Slutty • Atlanta’s Slutty Vegan is making plant-based living even sexier with a menu that reads more like the Kama Sutra. We asked owner Pinky Cole for the most tempting standout items sure to guarantee a night you won’t soon forget.

BLACK & WELL • IN CASE YOU HADN’T NOTICED, the world of wellness has exploded into the modern age. Trendy mushroom lattes, trampoline classes that target your lymphatic system, and did you know CBD is out and CBG is in? But the most exciting, and important, part of the modern wellness boom isn’t the next forest floor ingredient we’ll be sipping on, but what the world of wellness will look like. The future of the industry is inviting and inclusive. It’s accessible to different genders, classes, body types, and skin colors. It turns old norms on its head (trap yoga, anyone?). And luckily, it’s all happening now. As momentum builds, an exciting wave of Black spaces, products, and platforms is starting to make a serious dent in its largely white facade. From Black-owned virtual houseplant stores to fitness studios free from microaggressions to the advocates fighting to save the lives of Black women through fertility services, these trailblazers are proving, once and for all, that wellness is for everyone.

Spaces for Healing

Get Your Mind Right

PLANT POWER

Buy Black, FEEL WELL

Mother of all Missions

Diversify Your Feed • After a trying year of seemingly never-ending bad news, it’s time: we’re taking back our social feeds. These inspiring Black content creators are offering encouragement, resources, and healthy ways to cope with these tough times—and maybe even show us how to have a few laughs along the way.

VEGANISM & RACISM • Author, speaker, and activist Haile Thomas shares her experience navigating the vegan world in a Black body, why we can’t “just focus on the animals,” and how we can make the movement a more radically inclusive place for all.

Black Vegan Restaurant Tour

The Land of Kush

Plum Bistro

Ras Plant Based

Twisted Plants

Detroit Vegan Soul

Spoiled Vegans Cafe

Dirty Lettuce

Heat Wave • Fish-free tuna gets amped up with a spicy-cool buffalo ranch sauce before being grilled to cheesy perfection.

Dinner is Served • Made to bring eaters of all persuasions to the table, this comf orting family-friendly dish is big on nostalgia and meaty flavor … without the meat!

Call of the CARIBBEAN • Named after the lively music popular in the Caribbean, this Calypso Cauliflower is just as bright, thanks to a burst of lime, saffron, and serrano.

Pie is for Lovers • This island-inspired remix of banana cream pie provides a superfood twist on the classic American dessert.

Taste & Tradition • From Nigeria to New Orleans, with tingling heat and juicy tartness—the rich and varied flavors of Africa and the...


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