The Vegan Warrior Summit, which runs from September 19-23, will feature interviews from thought-leaders including Carbstrong, author of the World Peace Diet, Dr. Will Tuttle, and Plant Based News Co-founder Robbie Lockie alongside 32 others.
The summit, which can be viewed from anywhere in the world, was created by husband and wife team and founders of the Vegan Warrior Academy, Christopher August and Sara Oakley. They aim to support, empower, and unite the vegan community.
Spending nearly two years living and working in small villages in Tanzania, Africa, the duo had a burning desire to make a bigger impact in the world so they made a commitment to devote their lives to the betterment the planet, the animals, and humanity.
After returning home they trained in the fields of life coaching, herbal medicine, energy healing, detoxification and more so that they could not only empower themselves, but others.
Sara said: "Working as personal development coaches for the vegan community, we’ve witnessed first-hand the effect hopelessness, anger, stress and grief can have on activists.
"So, we set out to create a revolutionary online event that would support and empower vegans on all levels; mind, body and soul so they can become strong, dependable agents of change, and take the movement to the next level."
The Summit will feature a number of high-profile advocates
Both Christopher and Sara hope the summit will impact vegans on a deep level so we can come together as one to accelerate global change and create a more compassionate world.
Please note, all interviews remain on the platform for 24 hours after they air, but participants have the option to purchase a VIP pass that allows them lifetime access ALL 34 interviews + other free bonuses.
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Sarah Gate lives in the North of England and is a vegan animal rights activist. She writes fictional and nonfictional content centred around vegan messages in an attempt to influence non-vegan opinion.
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