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July 15, 2020 51 min
Jasmine Leyva is the director of the feature length documentary, The Invisible Vegan, a film that chronicles Jasmine’s personal experience with plant-based eating and how veganism intersects with race, class and gender.   The film also explains how plant-based eating is directly linked to African roots and how African-American eating habits have been debased by a chain of oppression stemming from slavery, economics and modern agribusiness.   Tune in to learn:
- How veganism intersects with race, class, privilege and gender
- The hair-on-fire Hollywood tale that Jasmine will never forget - How to never take anything personally   And more! Effectively prevent or plan a pregnancy in 3 quick steps:

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