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Students at the garden (Photo via MUSE School CA’s Facebook)
Only in L.A. would an Academy Award-winning director support a private school that is planning on going on an all-vegan diet.
Suzy Amis Cameron, the wife of Titanic director James Cameron, founded the environmentally-conscious MUSE School CA in Calabasas with her sister in 2006. Amis Cameron started the school in Topanga Canyon but in 2010 bought a 22-acre Malibu Canyon property with her husband that would be home to the facility. The 140-student school, which enrolls students ages 2 to 12 and already has students growing their own fruits and veggies under the guidance of instructors, is planning to go meat- and dairy-free.
“We are gradually moving towards a plant-based menu because we do call ourselves an environmental school,” Amis Cameron told NPR. “Within the next year and a half we will be plant-based.”
MUSE School CA would the first school in the nation to go vegan. However, other schools have been moving towards more plant-based diets. There’s a public school in Queens, New Yorkthat has gone all-vegetarian and the San Diego Unified School District has adopted a Meatless Mondays plan in its elementary schools, following suit after L.A. Unified School District did the same.
Amis Cameron’s nonprofit school is going this route for health reasons and also to reduce their carbon footprint. MUSE School CA goes the extra mile when it comes to being an environmentally-driven school. Students at the zero-waste school reuse broken electronics and office supplies, and the buildings are salvaged from structures, according to the L.A. Times. The school’s produce they grow already supplies 20 percent of the cafeteria food.
The couple both went vegan in 2012 after watching food documentary Forks Over Knives.
The attorney for Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling said Monday his client has instructed him to pursue a $1 billion lawsuit against the NBA and commissioner Adam Silver, and withdraw his support for the sale of the team negotiated by his wife.
“The deal is off,” Max Blecher wrote in an email.
Last week, both Sterling and Blecher indicated publicly that they would accept the record $2 billion sale to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.
However, Sterling apparently has changed his mind since then. Whether he will be successful in this new challenge remains to be seen.
Blecher declined Monday to comment on whether the NBA’s refusal to drop Sterling’s lifetime ban and $2.5 million fine is the impetus for his change of heart.
Meanwhile, Shelly Sterling, Ballmer and the league remain confident the sale will proceed.
“Nobody doubts this thing will go through in the end. I guess it’s just a matter of what mood Donald wakes up in tomorrow,” one source close to the situation said.
Shelly Sterling indemnified the NBA from damages in future lawsuits from her estranged husband as part of the sale agreement with the NBA. She negotiated the sale as the sole trustee of the Sterling family trust, which owns LA Clippers LLC, after two neurologists had declared Donald Sterling unable to conduct his own business and legal affairs.
The provisions of the family trust did not require a court order. To challenge her authority to conduct the sale, Donald Sterling would have to challenge her in California probate court, according to sources with knowledge of the situation.
“Don’t be fooled by the calendar. There are only as many days in the year as you make use of.”