Black Sustainable Vegan Women To Follow Right Now!

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Black Women in Green Spaces

Many countries are pulling into another week of #BlackLivesMatter protests. PoweredByPlant stands for an inclusive, ethical, and sustainable plant-based community. Let’s take this opportunity to empower and the black females in our community that are passionate about plants, sustainability, and our earth! Here are a few to start you off!

 

Jenné Claiborne (@sweetpotatosoul)

Jenné is a vegan social media influencer with platforms on Youtube, Instagram and her personal blog. A vegan of 9 years, she is passionate about making a plant-based diet delicious and exciting!

Often sourced naturally from markets, Jenné whips up amazing vegan dishes on a budget! Aside from her regular recipes, she also gives great tips on vegan budgeting – including meal plans and fashion.

We adore her positive vibes!

 

Brooklynne Palmer (@beetsbybrooke)

Armed with her knowledge in nutrition, medicine, and more, Brooklynne is on a mission to cultivate healthy, plant-based living for herself and others! Loaded with information about building a nutritious diet, she is sensitive to different circumstances and various privileges.

Brooklynne also highlights the impact of racist systems and fundamentals on nutrition and healthcare. Her platform is an amazing place to educate ourselves on the many branches in which racism affects the communities around us.

She’s since been featured on VegNews, and her 2 adorable cats are just lovely additions!

 

Tabitha Brown (@iamtabithabrown)

Featured here is Tabitha’s French Raisin Cinnamon Toast, just one of the many delectable vegan recipes available on her platforms! An influencer on Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok (!!), Tabitha has garnered a huge following of over 2 million on Instagram and over 3 million on TikTok.

Her comforting and warm personality makes me feel like I’m wrapped in a cosy burrito blanket when with late-night thunderstorms! Whether you adore whipping up some vegan delights, or simply want a wholesome “Hello there” self-love talk, Tabitha is definitely the one to check out.

Tabitha’s warmth has spread far, and she’s since been featured on the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, and Buzzfeed News. As someone who enjoys winding down in cosiness, the vibes Tabitha gives her audience are just perfect for me. Thank you, Tabitha, for the love you share!

 

Pearl Cicci (@pearlcicci)

Armed with a Bachelors of Science in Dietetics, Pearl is all about healthy living! As someone who loves working out at home, her workout videos are my favourite to watch and keep in mind for my routines.

Healthy living isn’t just about the exercise, but diet is crucial too. Pearl’s feed is full of mouth-watering eats and recipe recommendations. And, they’re plant-based (even better)! Pearl is a great person to follow to fill your feed with sustainable plant-based goodness!

 

Leah Thomas (@greengirlleah)

From California, Leah is an environmental activist that has since been featured on Vogue and Buzzfeed. Her work gears mainly towards environmental intersectionality – a topic that remains obscure despite its importance.

Intersectional environmentalism is an inclusive version of environmentalism that advocates for both the protection of people and the planet. – Leah Thomas, Why Every Environmentalist Should be Anti-Racist with Vogue

In a time when anti-racism advocacy is at its peak, as environmentalists, it’s crucial that we examine how environmentalism applies to various marginalised communities. Leah is an incredible personality with plentiful resources for us to educate ourselves. Keep a lookout for her personal platform coming soon!

 

We hope that this article is useful in spicing up your sustainable home feed. Remember to sign petitions, donate if you have the resources to, and stay safe!

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