BlackFeministVegan is creating vegan education through Black feminist liberation theory
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Starr Carrington is a vegan Black feminist from Northern Virginia. Starr is an educator, writer, activist and food justice organizer for the purpose of complete and collective liberation.


Starr works to highlight veganism as a praxis for Black feminism. Their work focuses on portraying veganism as more than just an animal rights movement but actually a theory and method for completing collected liberation.
Their essay on “Food Justice and Race in the U.S.” was published by Sanctuary Publishers in Food Justice: A Primer.
Find out how they could be of service to your community!
“My goal is to just provide people with the perspective. I hope to empower my supporters with the ability to make an informed choice on how to live their lives.” – Starr CarringtonThey are the founder of Fuel the People which is an initiative to serve, empower and facilitate vegan education for Black/Brown folx in the DMV.
“We are a space for intentional community building. The community we seek to build is one that actively changes the vegan narrative to reflect veganism as a praxis for decolonization. Through our community organized service events, engaging social activities, and vegan activist education materials, we center Black/Brown narratives, perspectives, lived experiences and liberation movements.”

Connect With Starr


“Stare at the sun and you’ll be looking in my eyes, homie.
Stand for something or fall for anything.”
~ Kendrick Lamar
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$34 of $250 per month
Contribute toward the launch of BlackFeministVegan t-shirt line. I have always seen fashion and clothing expression as a political statement, so, naturally I believe in wearing your activism on your chest. Each patron to pledge $10 or more will receive a free t-shirt once this goal is reached!
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Starr Carrington is a vegan Black feminist from Northern Virginia. Starr is an educator, writer, activist and food justice organizer for the purpose of complete and collective liberation.


Starr works to highlight veganism as a praxis for Black feminism. Their work focuses on portraying veganism as more than just an animal rights movement but actually a theory and method for completing collected liberation.
Their essay on “Food Justice and Race in the U.S.” was published by Sanctuary Publishers in Food Justice: A Primer.
Find out how they could be of service to your community!
“My goal is to just provide people with the perspective. I hope to empower my supporters with the ability to make an informed choice on how to live their lives.” – Starr CarringtonThey are the founder of Fuel the People which is an initiative to serve, empower and facilitate vegan education for Black/Brown folx in the DMV.
“We are a space for intentional community building. The community we seek to build is one that actively changes the vegan narrative to reflect veganism as a praxis for decolonization. Through our community organized service events, engaging social activities, and vegan activist education materials, we center Black/Brown narratives, perspectives, lived experiences and liberation movements.”

Connect With Starr


“Stare at the sun and you’ll be looking in my eyes, homie.
Stand for something or fall for anything.”
~ Kendrick Lamar

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