The VivaVegie Society takes vegetarian advocacy to the streets. VivaVegie advocates confront Mr. and Ms. Pedestrian to get the facts out about their healthful, ethical and environmentally conscious vegetarian diet.
Advocates assemble where there is plenty of pedestrian traffic. They come equipped with brightly colored T-shirts with vegetarian messages and plenty of fact-filled information. Founder Pamela Rice wears the outfit shown on the front side of this newsletter. Our mission? To distribute, for donation, the flyer, "101 Reasons Why I'm a Vegetarian" (the mighty convincer), written by Pamela Rice and inspired by John Robbins' book, "Diet for a New America."
The VivaVegie Society has been, and will be in the future, involved with various projects such as The Project for Economic Justice for Vegetarians, World Vegetarian Day, starting a vegetarian center in New York City, and mass mailings of "101 Reasons Why I'm a Vegetarian."
Donations are appreciated