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One Woman Is Creating a Revolution in Black Women’s Health

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One Woman Is Creating a Revolution in Black Women’s Health

by Tracye McQuirter, MPH  via https://www.prnewswire.com/

Award-winning public health nutritionist, 35-year vegan changemaker, and best-selling author Tracye McQuirter, MPH, is thrilled to announce the 10 Million Black Vegan Women Movement, a revolutionary public health intervention that will change the health paradigm of black women now and for generations to come. This initiative stands to be one of the most effective public health movements for black women in the country.

McQuirter’s goal is to help one million black women a year go vegan over the next 10 years. The signature program includes a free 21-Day Vegan Fresh Start featuring online cooking classes, meal plans and prep guides, vegan recipes, grocery shopping lists, nutrition tips, expert guidance, and more, all with a community of black women going vegan together. The initiative also includes a 6-Week Vegan Transition course and an…

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