How To Be An Activist & Find Your Voice | The Bite Size Vegan Story

3 years ago by BiteSizeVegan

i believe that everyone can be an activist. trust me, if i can do it, anyone can. in this speech from vegfest, i share my own journey to becoming a digital vegan animal activist, including my struggles and fears, and the lessons i learned along the way. i hope my story can help others to find their voice and join in the fight for the animals. the more varied our voices, the more effective our message!

Skip to End of 1st Video (Trailer)- 5:25
Skip to End of 2nd Video (Branding Video)- 13:14
Skip to End of 3rd Video (Myth of Vegan Conformity)- 12:42
Skip to End of 4th Video (Is Wool Vegan?)- 30:09
Skip to End of 5th Video (SHIT People Say to Vegans)- 35:14
Skip to End of 6th Video (Personal Choice)- 40:47
Skip to End of 7th Video (Farm Sacntuaries)- 46:04

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a portion of this video uses music from Sigur Rós- "Intro" & "Svefn-G-Englar" from Ágætis Byrjun. the video is not monetized, per their terms (though may be monetized by the content owners for the song in question)
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