Amie Breeze Harper has an MA in Educational/Instructional Technology from Harvard University and gained a Phd in Social Science at the University of California, Davis.
By 2010 the book, ‘Sistah Vegan: Black Female Vegans Speak on Food, Identity, Health and Society’ had been published by Lantern Books and edited by Amie Breeze Harper.
Breeze Harper says on the website Sistah Vegan: ‘Aside from novel writing, overall my research interests are in Critical Geographies of Race and Food, with an emphasis on Critical Race studies, Black Feminisms, and Decolonial theories. I specifically look at alternative health and consumption philosophies of people in the USA (veganism, vegetarianism, raw foodism, “cruelty free”, “ethical consumption”, “green consumption”, organic foods, etc)’.
Breeze Harper’s 2013 dissertation is titled ‘Vegan Consciousness and the Food Commodity Chain: On the Neoliberal, Afrocentric, and Decolonial Politics of ‘Cruelty-Free.’
In March 2007, Satya magazine published an interview with Amie Breeze Harper which can be read here.