Brenda Sanders is a food justice activist in Baltimore City who has dedicated her life to fighting for vulnerable populations. As a community organizer, Brenda has coordinated events like The Vegan Living Program, an annual 6-week vegan education program, Eating for Life, a plant-based cooking workshop and Vegan SoulFest, a festival that celebrates culture and the vegan lifestyle. Brenda promotes veganism in her social justice work because it’s a lifestyle that addresses health issues, environmental destruction and animal abuse while giving individuals the ability to effect real, positive change in the world.
Dark Age America: Climate Change, Cultural Collapse and the difficult future ahead for us
The January 24 edition of Warrior Connection was first in a series on the 25th anniversary of desert storm and discussion of medical research- treatment programs for ill vets to enroll in.
Returning once again to our exploration of past shows, we return to December 2012 when I interviewed a wife and mother named Elizabeth Hamilton who has struggled with debilitating allergies to nuts.
Forced by circumstances to learn how to identify and then overcome her allergies through careful food selection, she turned her allergies into a career devoted to sharing information about food allergies and helping to educate the world about the deadly risks inherent to those of us unfortunate enough to have these allergies.
After then suffering through the trial of her father’s stroke and recovery, followed by her creation of the Maine Cookie Company while twice winning the Mts. Maine contest, she then founded the Best Ever You Network, devoted to helping people meet their full potential. Today, it’s a highly successful network of hundreds of contributors and authors on the subject of reaching one’s dreams.
Elizabeth Hamilton from December 2012.