Earthling Ed Attends Google's Head Office To Talk About Veganism

The popular animal-activist has been described as a 'force to be reckoned with'
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Talking to 'Googlers' (Photo: Instagram)

Vegan animal advocate, Earthling Ed, has attended Google's head office in New York City to talk about veganism.

Earthling Ed, otherwise known as Ed Winters, announced to his 213,000 Instagram followers that he will be speaking about veganism 'to Google staff' - commonly dubbed as 'Googlers'.

'A force to be reckoned with'

One fan commented on the photo saying: "You are such a force to be reckoned with. I couldn't be happier the animals have you on their team. You are doing us all proud Ed."

Plant Based News has contacted Winters to see whether the talk was filmed - and if so - whether or not it will be available to watch online.

Last month, the activists second TEDx Talk titled Every Argument Against Veganism was uploaded to YouTube after he delivered the speech at the University of Bath earlier this year.

Changing 'hearts and minds'

In an exclusive interview with PBN, he said: "I'm really honored to have been able to speak on the TEDx platform twice so far this year.

"After all of the incredibly kind feedback I received from the first TEDx talk, I really hope that people like this second one as well, and that it is able to change some hearts and minds."

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are prepared in the author's capacity and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of Plant Based News itself. 

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