13 Badass Vegan Women You Should Follow on Social Media
Badass women are leading the charge against animal exploitation! In fact, data shows that women are more likely to be against animal experimentation, more likely to have companion animals, and less likely to abuse animals. Feminism has actually been linked to animal protection since the 1940s, when two prominent women’s suffrage campaigners lobbied the United Nations to give animals formal rights.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we’ve compiled a list of 13 badass vegan women you should definitely follow on social media.
With a mind-boggling 3.3 million followers on Instagram and 4.6 million followers on TikTok, Tabitha Brown is a force to be reckoned with. Known as “the world’s favorite mom,” Tabitha uses her social platforms to showcase delicious vegan recipes and inspire a kinder world.
Award-winning photojournalist and author Jo-Anne McArthur has spent over a decade documenting the horrors animals endure around the globe. She is the founder of We Animals Media, where activists can find over 10,000 royalty-free images to inspire compassion and change. Keep up with her brilliant work by following her on Instagram.
When it comes to TikTok, Lizzo is that vegan! The rapper, singer, and actress has made a habit of posting delicious plant-based recipes for her 12.9 million followers. She is also an outspoken advocate of body positivity and self-love. Follow her!
Television and social media journalist and author Jane Velez-Mitchell is a well-known animal activist. Keep up with all things vegan by following Jane Unchained News on Instagram!
Aryenish Birdie is the founder and executive director of Encompass, an organization that works to foster greater racial diversity, equity, and inclusion in the animal protection movement. Keep track of her work on Instagram!
Actress, chef, singer, and TV host Gabrielle Reyes is a woman of many talents. Her website, One Great Vegan, is the perfect place to find delicious plant-based recipes. Follow her on Instagram to keep track of all her exciting projects!
Leona Lewis is a British singer-songwriter and philanthropist known for her animal advocacy. A longtime vegetarian turned vegan, Leona has joined forces with various animal rights organizations, including Mercy For Animals. She regularly posts about the animal protection movement on Instagram.
Actress and comedian Laura Clery makes hilarious videos and shares them on her social channels, including Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube. Her videos often reference her family’s vegan values and commitment to being as cruelty-free as possible.
Mona Vand is a health coach who specializes in nutrition and natural wellness. She posts vegan recipes and wellness tips on her blog, as well as on her Instagram, TikTok, and other social media accounts.
Pinky Cole is the founder of the hugely popular restaurant and food truck Slutty Vegan. She also promotes health and safety for Black communities during the COVID-19 pandemic through her Pinky Cole Foundation. Keep up with her work by following her on Instagram!
Canadian model and businesswoman Jayde Nicole is an outspoken vegan and founder of Los Angeles plant-based Mexican restaurant Sugar Taco. Keep up with her on Instagram.
Brenda Sanders is a food-justice activist from Baltimore, Maryland, who advocates social and environmental justice as well as animal rights. She is executive director of the Afro-Vegan Society, a nonprofit organization that supports healthy plant-based eating in marginalized communities. Follow Brenda and the Afro-Vegan Society on Instagram.
While actress Tara Strong is known for her incredible voice-over work, she is also an outspoken vegan who regularly addresses concerns about animal protection on her Instagram and Twitter accounts.
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