Help Student Coalition Get Vegan Lunches in all Los Angeles Public Schools

All hands on deck to send an email to LAUSD administrators and Board Members! For two years, students led by Earth Peace founder Lila Copeland have worked hard to reach a point where LAUSD will even test the idea of offering a vegan lunch pilot program. However, the current Food Services Director has made it clear that he intends to neglect essential elements that would help it succeed. We need your voice to ensure that a vegan meal pilot program that was voted in by resolution on May 9 is a success, and is handled in a fair and ethical manner. Vegetarian, vegan, and health-conscious students and exploited farmed animals are depending on healthy, cruelty-free options.

What you can do:



Come to the meeting on Tuesday, August 22 at 5 pm to join the Earth Peace posse at the first LAUSD board meeting of the year and send our letter!

Here are two steps you can take to give animals a voice, and student activists your vote of confidence.

1) Attend the next LAUSD Board Meeting. We need 100 supporters to show up. Please arrive at 5pm, if possible. Please let activists with Earth Peace Foundation know you will be there by emailing them at with "Board Meeting" in the subject line. The Word Of Mouth Truck will be on site to feed the vegan cavalry.

What: LAUSD Board Meeting
When: Tuesday, August 22, 5 pm
Where: LAUSD District headquarters, 333 South Beaudry Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90017 MAP

Connect with other activists on the Facebook event page.

2) Send our letter to Superintendent King, President Rodriguez, Joseph Vaughn, and the Board.

Personalize and submit the letter below to email your comments to:
  • Superintendent King, President Rodriguez, Joseph Vaughn, and the Board




Help the Vegan Lunch Option Pilot Succeed

Dear [Decision Maker],

Thank you for helping to promote this new pilot program!
[Your Name]
[Your Address]
[City, State ZIP]


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