The PB&J Project

As members of this year's Changemaker Project (thechangemakerproject.org), we had the opportunity to design and build a project of our choosing to combat a social justice issue. In June, we will pitch our project to a panel of judges and potentially receive funding. To address issues of animal cruelty and environmental degradation, Ella, Claire, and Maya have created The Plant-Based and Justice Project. The PB&J project is an online educational resource for pre-teen audiences and their families to learn about factory farming. More specifically, the resource focuses on plant-based eating and cultural competency. The site integrates curricula, art/infographics, cooking demos, recipes, and module-based activities that help children explore plant-based eating and sustainable alternatives to counteract the detrimental effects of factory farming. Our goal is to make plant-based eating fun and accessible to young people at a time when their eating habits are being formed. In order to own a domain, maintain the website, and boost outreach please consider supporting our work. This site provides young people with the necessary resources to challenge and combat one of the most pressing issues of our time. Thank you!
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