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Our first STRAVA KOM – VEGAN POWER

KOM means “King of the Mountain” (QOM/ Queen of the Mountain for female warriors). It means you completed a particular segment over a map with the fastest time while cycling or running on Strava. Of course, KOMs come and go, so it’s an ephemeral milestone until someone else tops it. It’s 12 seconds over the High Bridge going from Manhattan to the Bronx. It’s a tiny sprint segment.

But now a known Vegan has done it. And plans to do more all over the place.

Team Vegan’s got watts! Ride your bike! Use yoru park! Move your body! Fuel your body compassionately and healthfully! Plant-based athletics for sustainable strides and world peace!

Follow me on Strava:
https://www.strava.com/athletes/14854964

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Militant Black Bean Stew (Feeds Vegan Armies)

A militant black stew for vegan soldiers. Soldiers for humanity! What?!? You thought we were only for the animals? Here’s the link to that piece I mentioned from Democracy Now! on slavery in the seafood industry:

http://www.democracynow.org/2016/4/18/is_the_seafood_you_eat_caught

Honestly, you can’t be an environmentalist or a human rights activist and not consider veganism! Livestock and fisheries industries are among the most exploitative and dangerous of all human vocations to human beings and must be abolished ASAP. These industries are the most polluting and climate-change inducing besides. Let’s do without them and evolve as a species already!

This stew had black beans, crimini mushrooms, semi-firm tofu, organic sweet corn, garden peas, broccoli, and zucchini, plus a sauce of eight plum tomatoes, cumin seeds, coriander seeds, fennel seeds, black peppercorn, caraway seeds, hemp seeds, Ethiopian berbere spice, nama shoyu, fresh garlic and ginger, two red onions, and I usually add one red bell pepper but I forgot to get one this time. I think that’s all. Eaten over brown basmati rice.

Leave comments, questions and suggestions down below!

Go vegan!

 

Gotham Parks on Youtube for the Latest!

We’ve been focusing on video content, a mix of urban cycling and veganism, on our channel on youtube Gotham Parks. Subscribe and check it out! Here are just some recent offerings:

On my daily fruit smoothies for the workday hours.

 

On some vegan fitness output.

My review of the Xtracycle Edgerunner cargo bike – a great bike for vegans!

 

On traffic crimes in Harlem/ Washington Heights NYC.

 

Running round the park on good friday.

 

On the Queensboro Bridge Bike/ Ped path.

 

Urban bike safety pro-tip.

 

… it’s cheaper to go vegan, whole foods plant-based, in the long run, always!

 

Vegetarianism (including eggs, dairy) is hardly better ethically or health-wise than not abstaining from flesh. Go vegan, all the way!

 

A basic why I’m vegan video.

 

Subscribe to Gotham Parks! I’ll post more to africanvegans.com going forward to keep y’all in the know. Go vegan, ride bikes and enjoy!

Why I’m Vegan

Here’s a little video about why I’m a vegan. Should have shared something like this eons ago… oh well. Also some fitness action to show that cruelty is not required for health and performance.

ONE MORE THING! Check out gothamparks.nycMost new content (in the form of creative writing) from us will appear there, with some strange posts to check out already. Go take a look!

We Need More Vegans! Episode 1

This brief video demonstrates that it is not necessary to slaughter animals or trash the planet in order to … perform vertical push-ups.

Word to the fitness vegans! Stand up!

St. Nicholas Park

Some more of the sort of work to come. Look for a video on veganism very soon. For now, we are heavy on the theme of active living in relationship to good health and living revolutionarily (which includes a plant-based diet). Public city parks are key to that pursuit and must be accessible in any proper society for the public good. They cost no money to the poor man and should not be oppressive environments. Therefore, to the extent that they work, we celebrate and highlight them. Holla if you feel me that the open city park, and related urban infrastructure, are relevant to the conversation of revolutionary transformation for the increasingly urban human species.

St. Nicholas Park is my local park in the Village of Harlem in New York City. Check out my review video above. East River Greenway and Morningside Park coming soon.