Vegan Activist Earthling Ed Announces Major New Project

He will be providing free materials to help people advocate for animals
Earthling Ed wants to equip vegan advocates (Photo: Earthling Ed)

Vegan activist Earthling Ed has announced a major new project.

Every day in January, he will be releasing a video debunking the most common excuses that people use to try and justify not going vegan - this will be accompanied by a free 122 page e-book that can be downloaded from his website.

He says: "When I started my YouTube channel in early 2016 I made a series entitled 30 days, 30 excuses where I went through all of the main excuses people use when arguing against veganism. 

"I’ve been wanting to remake this series for a long time now and I decided to use this short break from The Big Vegan Activism Van tour to finally re-do it."

 

E-book

He adds: "The e-book is designed to equip you with the knowledge and communication tips that you need to positively and confidently advocate for veganism and I really hope it can be a useful resource for you guys.

"It’s essential that non-vegans see these videos, so over the next 30 days you can help ensure that this happens by sharing the videos on your social media platforms so the message gets heard by those who need to hear it."

You can download the e-book here

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