Why All Conferences Should Go Vegan

Speciesism and colonialism are both part of the same “othering” that many academics claim to be trying to deconstruct. Providing vegan — a meal free of all animal products — as the de facto meal choice at scholarly meetings makes perfect sense. Animal products are not necessary to maintain health as evidenced by a slew of athletes — boxers, runners, and even weightlifters — adopting a vegan regimen for higher performance. And in today’s food wars, providing vegan food is another way to demonstrate social justice in action…


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