How long have you been vegan?
I’ve been vegan for about 4 years now. You can connect with me here on Instagram. (@liberationlandon)
What made you go vegan?
So, I first went vegan because my parents went vegan, they told me I had a choice but I had to promise to watch a documentary and after I watched it, I went vegan.
Why is being vegan important to you?
Being vegan is important to me mainly because I get to end animal suffering, I am so much healthier, and it makes a better world for me to grow up in.
Do you have a vegan role model?
My parents are a big inspiration to me!
How do you educate yourself about veganism and animal rights?
My parents helped educate me and I do my own research by watching documentaries, looking things up online, going to speeches, and I learn through my own activism.
What is your favorite animal?
All animals are really great but if I had to pick a favorite, I’d say pigs.
Do you take part in any activism?
I do marches, government meetings, vigils, disruptions, protests, cubes of truth, street activism, and I’ve recently started writing poems about veganism.
What is your favorite vegan food?
Biscuits and (vegan) sausage gravy!
What is your favorite vegan restaurant?
My mom’s kitchen!
What types of peer pressure do you feel at school for being vegan?
Um, I dont really feel peer pressure, the kids in my grade have asked alot of questions and they all know why I’m vegan, and now they treat me like everyone else. They have me bring them vegan food sometimes!
Why type of advocating do you do at school.
I inform everyone about what or who they’re eating and show them that my food is better!
Are a lot of kids curious about veganism?
Most of the kids in my class ask me about animals, and vegan food and watch my activism videos of youtube. My friends also made up the word “veganist” to say to people when they say something that could be offensive to vegans.
What is the toughest thing about being a vegan?
Overall, being vegan is pretty easy.
What has been your best vegan moment so far?
When I got asked to go to London to be part of the new Million Dollar Vegan and Animal Hero Kids campaign!
Do you believe children are the key to creating a vegan world? How can we make this happen?
Yes, I believe children are the future because we are the next generation, so we are going to be the ones to make the biggest impact on the world, and I feel that people will listen to children more than they listen to other adults.