lauren Ornelas on Food Justice, Farm Workers' Rights, and Veganism
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lauren Ornelas, founder of the Food Empowerment Project, talks about her decades in the animal rights movement, why our food choices matter, and why vegans should fight for farmworkers rights and racial justice. We discuss issues from duck farming's abuses to child labor in the chocolate industry to her organization's work increasing food access in communities of color.

Learn more about the Food Empowerment Project

The organization's new site on the dairy industry

Listen to lauren's TEDx talk here

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