by MPD
Categories: Causes, Eats
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pcrmLet’s be honest — school lunches in this country SUCK!

With pizza, hotdogs and hamburgers adding pounds o’ plenty to our precious youth, I think it’s officially time for a revolution!

Luckily, Wyntergrace Williams, Montel Williams’ daughter, agrees with me and has teamed up with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine to help change the way school does lunch!

Williams is taking action by urging Congress to include vegetarian and vegan options in school lunches. And she wants YOUR help!

To get involved, simply visit and sign their petition asking the federal government to provide vegetables, fruits, legumes, grains, vegetarian foods, and healthful nondairy beverages in school meal programs. It’s that simple!

So what are you waiting for? Visit and join the revolution!!

4 Responses to PCRM Teams Up With Wyntergrace Williams For Healthier School Lunches

  1. Deena says:

    Can we splash this girl with water and watch her multiply!?
    (Gremlins reference you youngsters)

    This seems like such common sense.

  2. Catherine says:

    I take offense to your word SUCK (as in “School Lunches SUCK”) on the Google link for PCRM. This may be a worthy cause, but language is important, too, if you want to attract people to your message.

  3. Get Technical says:

    Lay off. Any parent with a kid who goes to school has heard their child use this word and probably even worse.

    It’s a celebrity blog. Things are relaxed. This celebrity site is a lot cleaner than the other ones. And what’s funny is that many of these sites have a large, middle age female population-people you think would be offended, but obviously they’re not.

    Everyone likes to have fun, regardless of education or the suit they wear to work.

    This is THE green smut!

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