Student Advocates for a Veg. Ethic (SAVE) recently hosted the second installment of its ongoing lecture series. Our featured speaker, registered dietician Anya Todd, gave a riveting and educational lecture entitled “The Power of Your Plate”. The lecture focused on the harmful effects animal sourced foods have on the overall health of its consumers, as well as the beneficial effects of a well rounded plant based diet. In addition to the bounty of knowledge provided, all in attendance were treated to a free plant based dinner catered by Cleveland’s own Pure & Supreme Cuisine Restaurant.
SAVE is committed to educating the general public on the harmful effects of animal agriculture. We host free catered lectures twice a year, once every November and April. For more information about SAVE, and to stay informed on the status of our events, please follow us on Facebook at SAVEatCSU.
Thank you to Josh Sias for this submission. Josh is currently the President of Student Advocates for a Veg. Ethic (SAVE), and the Cleveland Outreach Coordinator for Mercy For Animals (MFA). He is a promising, diligent student of Philosophy and Religious studies at CSU. His current focus is Animal Ethics and Nonwestern philosophy.