Earthlings Director And Partner Announce Pregnancy In Launch Issue Of Parenting Magazine

The big news is featured on this month's cover page
Amy Jean Davis and Shaun Monson
The pair are featured on the magazine's cover with their two dogs (Image: Raise Vegan)

The first issue of Raise Vegan will be released on May 15 - with Earthlings director Shaun Monson and his activist partner Amy Jean Davis featured on the cover, announcing her pregnancy.

Raise Vegan 

Raise Vegan - the first ever vegan-parenting magazine - made the leap from digital to print for the first time this month, in response to reader requests.

CEO and Founder Janet Kearney told PBN: "The general feedback we had, was always to have it printed, but it's a big leap for a small company, and until recently, we were unsure if the audience was really there for it."

 

Subscriptions

After smashing the 400-subscription benchmark required for the magazine to go to print, the Raise Vegan team were able to put their plan in motion - and now offer a twelve-month subscription package for just $42.

Readers can also access the magazine via phone applications, for both iOS and Android devices.

The pairs new baby will have an older sister, Mira, from Monson's previous relationship (Photo: Raise Vegan)

'Earthling Baby'

While each cover of Raise Vegan features iconic or inspiring vegan parents or families, Davis and Monson were the chosen couple for May's issue.

In the special feature, the pair share details on vegan pregnancy, morning sickness, raising vegan children - and Monson’s daughter, activist, and soon-to-be big sister Mira.

Monson and Davis were not shy about their hopes to raise a compassionate, vegan child, to follow in theirs and Mira’s footsteps.

Monson told Raise Vegan: “Ultimately we want a better future, not just for our children, but for the animals, too.”

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Emily Court is a passionate ethical vegan from Eastern Canada. She is a Challenge 22 Mentor, Digital Writer, and experienced animal advocate driven by issues of animal liberation and social justice. She studied at Dalhousie University, where her thesis highlighted intercultural and gender relations. She is an established public speaker, writer, and world traveller with a drive to provide a voice to those who might not otherwise have one. You can follow her on Instagram @emily.j.court or on Twitter @_EmilyJCourt_.

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