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Here’s a small handful of typical West African foods that everyone should get acquainted with. Keep the exploration going by following vegan creators, bloggers and chefs that hail from West African countries such as Nigeria, Senegal, Cameroon, Ghana, Sierra Leone, and more! 

New documentary SLAY examines the fashion industry’s use of animals. We speak to the film’s director, Rebecca Cappelli, about her inspiration for this film and what she hopes it will achieve.

Akil Goin next to a stream

Akil Goin, Trinidadian foodie, explores how to veganise traditional dishes from his food culture. 

Omari Mcqueen wearing a crown and holding a whisk

The 14-year-old superstar chef shares his desire to bring people together. 

Photo of Holly and their family

Kaya discusses being raised vegan from birth and explores topics such as favourite foods, friendships and changing attitudes. 

Aiysha Younas in a restaurant

Aiysha Younas explores the links between veganism and her religion. 

reusable jars in a row

Cat Thompson unpacks our single-use culture and asks how we can reduce our dependence on throw-away plastic 

Danielle James with chicken

Danielle James from The Vegan Veg Gardeners shares her top tips for beginners. 

Alexis Hillyard from Stump Kitchen

Elena Orde speaks to Alexis Hillyard from YouTube channel Stump Kitchen about vegan and gluten-free cooking, body diversity and accessibility. 

Lotus Kay on animal rights, kindness and why we should listen to young activists. 

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