What is AZVegan?
AZVegan is a web site designed with the hopes of providing a comprehensive listing of animal rights/vegetarian/vegan events and information for people in Arizona. By providing one site for all local events AZVegan hopes to unite individuals and groups with shared interests.
What is a vegan?
A vegan (pronounced VEE-gun) is someone who does not eat or use animal products or animal by-products; a strict vegetarian who does not eat eggs, or dairy products. The term vegan was coined in London in 1944 by Donald Watson, a founding member of the The Vegan Society in Great Britain. He used the first three and last two letters of the word vegetarian to form the word vegan, because “veganism starts with vegetarianism and carries it through to its logical conclusion.” Please take a moment to read the essay, “On Being Vegan” from Vegan Outreach.
What is veg*n?
A shorthand way of writing “vegetarian/vegan”, meaning to include both categories.
Who can submit items to AZVegan?
Any person or group who fights the exploitation/abuse of animals and promotes a healthier, more compassionate vegetarian/vegan lifestyle.
What will be listed?
Adopt-a-thons, protests, potlucks, meetings, fundraisers, etc.
What won’t be listed?
Events that promote the sale or consumption of animals or animal products, or the exploitation of animals in any form will not be listed.
When can items be submitted?
AZVegan is continually updated, so events can be submitted at any time.
Is there any cost?
AZVegan is a privately funded, volunteer project. There will never be any solicitation for donations or membership dues to be listed on the site.
Get your own AZVegan bumper sticker!
8.5″ by 1.5″ vinyl stickers – smaller than normal bumper stickers. Click here for a preview. If you would like one, just email your address to email@example.com and I’ll send you one for free! Spread the word…expand the network…widen the circle!
For more information on veganism check out Vegan Outreach.
If you have any other questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org