The activist in Elizabeth Jones peaked it’s head out in 8th grade when she presented a research paper on animal testing to her fellow classmates. It wasn’t until years later, after becoming vegan and being put on the spot about her activism efforts, did Liz allow her inner activist to come through. Today, she’s a Marine Biologist by day and passionate, bad ass animal protector by night/weekend and everything in between. A quick visit to her Instagram page will reveal her passion and efforts to educate and bring awareness to not only animal welfare, but also the environment, health and human rights.
We’ve admired Liz for quite some time and was eager to sit down and learn her story. It takes incredible strength to stick to your convictions despite constant harassment and ridicule. Yet, Liz understands her mission is greater than herself and continues each day to fight for the voiceless and marginalized.
This interview is honest, raw and powerful and we don’t shy away from asking the questions you may be thinking.
We hope you enjoy the conversation.
Alex + Jeanette
THAT’S WHAT I LIKE:
- 2016 PETA’s sexiest vegan competition
- Gary Yourofsky
- Earthing Ed
- Anonymous for the Voiceless
- Okja film
- Majority of Americans now say climate change makes hurricanes more intense
- Sir Richard Branson says humans will stop killing animals for meat in 30 years
- What the Health film
- Animal Rights Conference
WHAT’S ON HER NIGHTSTAND:
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