Vegan Champion Fighter Debuts Book on Agriculture and Globalism in NYC
Vegan champion fighter and political organizer Omowale Adewale released his first literary offering on Thursday November 19th, "An Introduction to Veganism and Agricultural Globalism". The print and ebook versions are available on Amazon. A book signing and discussion will be held at the critically-acclaimed VSPOT Organic, a Latin vegan restaurant on 12 St. Marks Place in New York City.
New York, NY, November 19, 2015 (Newswire.com) - “An Introduction to Veganism and Agricultural Globalism” provides the reader with a concise history on the rise of fast food and heart disease in America from the 1970’s to now. The book is a guide on how to eat healthier and smarter as a vegan, with delicious recipes. Omowale provides nutritional context to agricultural topics such as, soybeans, seitan, vitamin B12, plant protein, wild hybrid plants and phytoestrogens.
Omowale supports his text with carefully researched material courtesy of the MaRLI program, a collaborative of New York Public Library (NYPL), Columbia University and NYU. “An Introduction to Veganism and Agricultural Globalism” culminates into a historical document of the United States’ 20-year investment in the field of biotechnology, particularly, genetically engineered crops.
Omowale discusses the collaboration of US imperialism and big agribusiness in keeping Third World nations in debt through agricultural trade and supranationals. Omowale provides historical context, citing history of supranationals such as UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank and the World Trade Organization (WTO) working under the auspices of the United States government to control crops, farmers and land in developing nations.
“An Introduction to Veganism and Agricultural Globalism” was designed for the beginning vegetarian or vegan as well as the average US American who doubts their impact on the rest of the world. Omowale lends a solution in his conclusion that includes acknowledging this globalist phenomenon and considering veganism.
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