Greg Fuller is a Birmingham native and full-time animal rights and vegan activist. Since he founded Birmingham Vegans in 2013, the group has grown to over 1,000 members. For the last several years, Greg has spent most of his time on the road, participating in various forms of activism in cooperation with local animal rights groups.
He has participated in tabling, leafleting, street outreach, and other forms of activism in Birmingham, Miami, Jacksonville, Fort Lauderdale, Asheville, Boulder, Denver, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Bellevue, Tacoma, San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, Palo Alto, Santa Monica, Los Angeles, Long Beach, Oceanside, and San Diego. He has given talks in several of these cities.
More recently, he started the website justiceforanimals.org as an educational resource for those considering veganism and for those advocating for veganism. The site is professionally copyedited and provides an evidence-based, non-judgmental, non-confrontational approach to vegan education.
The site presents veganism as a way of living that not only is fair and just for animals but also lowers our risk of chronic disease, diminishes our footprint on the planet, and promotes a more efficient food system better capable of feeding the world’s starving, hungry, and impoverished.
His book, The Justice for Animals Handbook, is on schedule to be published in 2019. He will expand his speaking engagements on his 2019 tour. You can contact Greg at firstname.lastname@example.org.