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Have you ever wondered why more people are going vegan everywhere and, at the same time, you thought something like “Nah, I love animals, but I need to take care of myself and I don’t want to be weak or go sick , these vegans are too radical, I prefer not to get into extremism”. Well, you’re not alone. However, we are here to present you with a different perspective, which can benefit you, the animals and the entire planet. And the good news is that it’s not even that difficult. Let us guide you through four blocks of carefully thought out videos so that you have the tools you need to take that important step.

course program


  • What does it mean to be vegan?
  • Principle of equality
  • Non-human persons, anthropocentrism, speciesism, and sentient beings.
  • Speciesism justifies violence, oppression and exploitation.
  • Carnism
  • Vegans for the animals, for their own health and for the environment.
  • The social inconvenient
  • Mythbusters, the vegan edition!
  • Problems of veganism
  • Animalists X Ambientalists
  • Why are we an Utopia?
  • A well-informed transition
  • The phases of change and your action plan
  • Habits and how to change them
  • The vegan nutrition: whats and hows.
  • Macro and micronutrients and their balance
  • The effects of a vegan diet on your body
  • The protein
  • Calcium, Vitamin D and B12, Omegas 3 and 6, Zinc, Iodine, Iron
  • Sprouting
  • Pets food



  • Clothing: Wool, feathers, leather and its vegan alternatives
  • Sporting goods
  • Cosmetic products and medicines
  • Animal testing
  • Bullfights and rodeos
  • Hunting
  • Zoos
  • The three lines of vegan activism and parallels with the abolition of human slavery
  • Transition to the Vegan Utopia
  • You, a vegan activist
  • Other activists and entities
  • Sanctuaries and Refuges for animals


Upcoming Courses

  • Ahimsa culture and how to live a life free from violence
  • Growing your own food
  • Vegan education for the little ones
  • Principles of Permaculture
  • Actions to follow words
  • Community creation
  • Psychology of domesticated animals
  • Familiarizing yourself with the most common scenarios of life on animal farms
  • Gaining confidence and curiosity on the subject
  • Documentary photo essays: dealing with negative feelings when making an impactful photograph
  • Lighting techniques
  • The role of narrative
  • Painting of animals from photographs
  • Light, shadow, sparkles and hair
  • Welfare x Abolitionism
  • The Backyard Chicken Fallacy
  • The fallacy of vegetarianism
  • Alternatives for raising livestock, livestock, fish and other animals for consumption
  • Animal farmers: from enemies to allies.
  • Public measures to offer economic benefits to livestock farmers in transition
  • Transitional measures.
  • Agroforestry and long-term sustainability

We’re on the lookout for specialists eager to collaborate on the above and other courses being structured. Do you want to be a part of the Utopia? Send us an email.

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