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Transformative Education for a Sustainable Future – Vegan Schools of the World, Part 2 of 2

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The first school we will showcase today is The Scandinavian School of Jersey City (SSJC) in New Jersey, USA. At SSJC, students are not only served vegan meals, but also help to grow the vegetables they eat, participate in making vegan food like almond milk and bread, and compost food scraps in a worm bin. Vegan chef Manija Mayel cooks up sumptuous plant-based meals for the children and holds various events regularly to share ideas and recipes with the parents and the community.

A four-hour drive from Mokita Kindergarten in Frankfurt brings you to another vegan kindergarten, located in the majestic city of Munich, Germany. Erdlinge Kindergarten serves only organic whole food plant-based meals, citing children’s health, ethics, and environment. It also credits the vegan diet as the most accommodating diet, meaning it meets the needs of the greatest number of children in the society, regardless of religion, worldview, or food intolerances.

Our next vegan school quest takes us to picturesque Sweden. Here, in the vast, popular Hagaparken nature area of Solna municipality, is a Waldorf school called Hagaskolan. Hagaskolan first opened its doors in 2006, and transitioned to an all-vegan menu in 2018, serving organic plant-based fare to nearly 200 students aged six to 15. The managing group of the school also operates a 100% vegan day-care center in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden.

We will conclude our show today with the school described as the first 100% vegan kindergarten-to-12th-grade school in the world, MUSE School of California, USA. MUSE School was the brainchild of actress and environmentalist Suzy Amis Cameron, her husband James Cameron (director of the iconic movies Titanic, Terminator, and Avatar), and her sister Rebecca Amis. Their passion-based vision in starting the school in 2006, was to “raise children for whom environmentalism is a way of life.”

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