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Veganism in an Oppressive World: A Vegans-of-Color Community Project Paperback – November 16, 2017
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About the Author
Julia Feliz Brueck is a decade long vegan, scientist, and published author and illustrator. She is also the founder of Sanctuary Publishers (sanctuarypublishers.com), a vegan book publisher that gives back to marginalized communities with every book sold.
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It is a very quick read and, for the most part, relatively accessible, not a ton of academic jargon. I only wish there was more, hoping for a part two at some point.
My only criticism of this book is that it feels unfinished. I purchased it new (something I do not do often) in part because Food Empowerment Project was getting some of the proceeds. So, the book and project still deserve support in the current phase. But, the formatting is off, there seem to be the same few writers in repeated entries with repetitive messages, there is no epilogue or wrap-up entry (like offering more resources or telling us more about contributors and their projects,) so the book just ends abruptly after a set of interviews, and other little things like spelling errors. I was hoping for a bigger call for contributions from a wider population of vegans of color for a book with a title like this. It is definitely still worth picking up and reading. It is a fast read. But, make sure you also read books like Aphroism, Sistah Vegan, and others to get a multitude of perspectives on these issues.