Quick! Name one thing that @ForkReporter loves!
If you said tacos, then you managed to guess correctly! (Because he loves everything really...)
Teachers also love tacos. And with tens of thousands of LAUSD teachers on strike, local taco trucks realized that there were a lot of mouths that were going to need some food.
So, according to Eater Los Angeles, the International Socialist Organization and Democratic Socialists of America set up a GoFundMe page and has raised over $23,000 to pay for local food trucks to provide food for teachers on strike at different locations.
If you're one of those teachers on strike, then this taco schedule may be helpful for you:
- Monday: At 7 a.m., breakfast burritos and coffee were served at Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools in Koreatown
- Tuesday: At 12:30 p.m., taco plates with rice and beans will be on the menu at El Sereno Middle School
- Wednesday: At 3 p.m., taco plates with rice and beans will be served at Theodore Roosevelt High School in Boyle Heights
- Thursday: They’ll start early at 7 a.m. with breakfast burritos and coffee at North Hollywood High
- Friday: Zingo Tacos will end the week at 7 a.m. with breakfast burritos and coffee at Venice High School
You know what else @ForkReporter loves?
Krispy Kreme has rolled out a new line of doughnuts that will only be around for a limited time!
So, if you aren't like Gary (who is terrified of change in his food) and you would love to try Chocolate Glazed Cake Batter Doughnut, a Chocolate Glazed Raspberry-Filled Doughnut, a Double Chocolate Glazed Kreme-Filled Doughnut, or a Chocolate Glazed Oreo Cookies and Kreme Doughnut, then you better head over to Krispy Kreme right now!
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