We Need A Dialogue On Plant-Based Nutrition: Eric Adams

Brooklyn Borough President and vegan advocate Eric Adams has appealed to the Biden-Harris administration to adopt policies that promote plant-based nutrition to the American public. Adams is among a growing list of leaders who supports initiatives that promote plant-based nutrition.

Plant-Based Can Be A National Conversation

Since Adams went vegan in 2016 he has used his political platform to help fellow New Yorkers gain control of their health through several plant-based initiatives. Adams said. “Switching to a whole-food, plant-based diet taught me about the transformative power of what’s on our dinner plate. With the new Biden-Harris Administration in office, it’s time we take this conversation national.”

Adams is among a growing list of leaders who publicly support the JIVINITI Women’s Coalition—a diverse group of organizations composed mostly of women of colour led by non-profit The Virsa Foundation, which advocates for social justice through initiatives that promote plant-based nutrition. He also said, “We must turn food deserts into food oases, particularly in communities of colour where nutritional foods are scarce.” In December 2020, the group launched a campaign to challenge Vice President Kamala Harris to go vegan in January and beyond to set a plant-based example for all Americans.

Joining Adams, is 13-year-old vegan activist Genesis Butler and British entrepreneur Heather Mills, who are supporting JIVINTI’s mission and joining the call for the Biden-Harris administration to promote plant-based nutrition to all Americans. “I urge the Biden-Harris administration to take steps towards shutting down large-scale animal agriculture and ending systemic racism and the health crisis,” Butler said. “My generation looks up to our national leaders—especially powerful women leaders like Vice President Harris—to help secure a happy and healthy world for our tomorrow.”


Compassion India Magazine

Compassion India Magazine

Compassion India is India’s official first ever vegan print publication. It aims is to bring the vegan community closer and create awareness about the ethical and health advantages of following this lifestyle. The magazine was launched on 1t November 2019, which was World Vegan Day.

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