Earthlings Director And Partner Announce Pregnancy In Launch Issue Of Parenting Magazine
The pair are featured on the magazine's cover with their two dogs (Image: Raise Vegan) - Media Credit:

Earthlings Director And Partner Announce Pregnancy In Launch Issue Of Parenting Magazine


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The first
issue of
will be released on May 15 – with Earthlings director

and his activist partner Amy Jean Davis featured on the cover,
announcing her vegan pregnancy.

Raise Vegan

– the first ever vegan-parenting magazine – made the leap from digital to print
for the first time this month, in response to reader requests.

CEO and
Founder Janet Kearney told PBN: “The general feedback we had, was always
to have it printed, but it’s a big leap for a small company, and until
recently, we were unsure if the audience was really there for it.”


smashing the 400-subscription benchmark required for the magazine to go to
print, the
team were able to put their plan in motion – and now
offer a 12-month

Readers can
also access the magazine via phone applications, for both



While each
cover of
features iconic or inspiring vegan parents or families,
Davis and Monson were the chosen couple for May’s issue.

In the
special feature, the pair share details on vegan pregnancy, morning sickness,
raising vegan children – and Monson’s daughter, activist, and soon-to-be big
sister Mira.

Monson and
Davis were not shy about their hopes to raise a compassionate, vegan child, to
follow in theirs and Mira’s footsteps.

Monson told

: “Ultimately we want a better future, not just for our children, but
for the animals, too.”

To access Plant Based News’ vegan parenting course, The Ultimate Guide To Raising A Child Vegan, click here

To access Plant Based News’ vegan pregnancy course, The Ultimate Guide To Vegan Pregnancy, click here

The trailer for the two new releases is available here

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