1. Food Chain is live!
2. F.E.P. founder to speak at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York
3. Healing is Giving Fundraiser for F.E.P. in San Francisco
4. The animals lose a great advocate – in memory of David Hayden
5. In case you missed it!


1. Food Chain is live!

After seven years in development, F.E.P.’s vegan retention newsletter, Food Chain, is ready for aspiring vegans.

Those wanting support and information to assist them in making the transition to veganism can receive twelve, free, monthly newsletters full of everything they will need to accompany them on their journey to a more ethical and compassionate way of being in the world.

For those of you thinking of going vegan, check it out.

Already vegan? If you have been vegan for less than six months and would like some support, please sign up!

Readers who are already vegan should encourage their friends who are interested to subscribe!

To sign up for Food Chain (or just learn more) visit www.foodispower.org/food-chain/.

Learn more about what inspired F.E.P. to produce Food Chain and hear more about the people who contributed to the content at Appetite for Justice.

Thank you to everyone who made Food Chain possible with their hard work or financial support (or both)!!


2. F.E.P. founder to speak at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York

On the heels of her lecture at the University of Washington in Seattle, F.E.P. founder lauren Ornelas continues spreading the food justice message to college campuses with a speaking engagement hosted by the Vassar Animal Rights Coalition in Up-State New York.

lauren will address issues central to the work of F.E.P. including access to healthy food, workers’ rights, and the exploitation of both humans and non-humans in the food system. The talk will be engaging to anyone thinking about how to live their lives with more compassion and is open to the public. If you live in the area, please come and bring some friends. Don’t miss this opportunity to see lauren in person on the East Coast.

When: Monday, March 3rd
Where: Rockefeller Hall, room 200


3. Healing is Giving Fundraiser for F.E.P. in San Francisco

This is a great opportunity for activists and volunteers to do something kind for themselves and their loved ones with companies that share their
ethics.

When: Saturday, March 29th
Where: VegNews offices in San Francisco’s Mission District

Event On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/602943019775979/

Thanks to F.E.P. supporter Bee Uytiepo for organizing this benefit!


4. The animals lose a great advocate – In memory of David Hayden

The animals lost a great advocate in long time activist David Hayden. A kind, generous, determined and hard core activist, David was involved in various animal rights organizations, created the F.E.P. database, and helped with our new chocolate app among other things. His smile will be sorely missed.

David, our hearts and our fight will never be the same.


5. In case you missed it!

Our Hen House published an article written by lauren Ornelas detailing the horrors of the worst forms of child labor, including slavery, in the chocolate industry.

Be My (Ethical) Valentine: The Dark Side
of Chocolate
” went online the week before Valentine’s Day – just in time to help readers celebrate love with vegan and ethical
chocolate.

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