Earthling Ed To Give Virtual Lecture At Harvard University On Veganism
Earthling Ed outside Harvard University The event will take place on November 10 - Media Credit: Earthling Ed

Earthling Ed To Give Virtual Lecture At Harvard University On Veganism

The prominent vegan advocate says he's 'so excited' about the lecture - which will be held on Zoom this year due to COVID-19

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Prominent vegan advocate Earthling Ed is to give a virtual lecture at Harvard University next week. 

Why Should We Care About Animals? will take place on Zoom due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. There is a limit of 10,000 spaces.

‘I’m so excited’

“I’m so excited to announce I’ve been invited back by Harvard University to give a lecture about animal rights and veganism,” Ed wrote on Instagram.

“Other universities such as Yale have also been invited to join – which is really exciting!????????

“We have also decided to make the event public so that you guys can also join and watch the lecture and the Q&A that will be taking place afterward.?”

Earthling Ed x Harvard University 

Earthling Ed was invited to teach a class at the ivy-league university as a guest lecturer last year.

He wrote on social media: “I’m beyond honored to say that I’m currently in the U.S as I was invited by professors at Harvard University to teach a class entitled ‘animals as commodities’ as a guest lecturer.

“I’m excited to be here… I’m hugely looking forward to spreading the vegan message at college campuses on the East Coast.”

Ed’s lecture will take place at 12-1pm (EST) on Tuesday, November 10. You can register to join here.

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