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Exploring the Food Justice Movement On a Micro Level

By | January 31, 2013

A few years ago, I could see the way in which certain communities were disadvantaged in terms of food choices, but it was through a narrow lens. I would drive through specific neighborhoods and be able to point out corner stores and McDonald’s, but large, reliable grocery store chains were not as plentiful. Poor health […]

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It Is Not Too Warm For Soup

By | January 21, 2013

This past weekend, I helped to lead this month’s cooking workshop for the Social Justice Learning Institute. We taught the class how to make two soups that would be perfect for this winter season. Although our California weather has taken a turn towards the warm, we all know that there will probably be a mercury […]

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Dirty Hands And Gardening In Inglewood

By | August 25, 2011

I would not consider myself a green thumb kind of girl in any way. I admire anyone who can make a plant grow, but I myself have never attempted to do so. I grew up in a town where, and during a time when, growing vegetables in your backyard was not the norm. In fact, […]

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