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Stomachs full of Corn

America would not be called starving in any sort of the word. Actually, America was listed as number one on a list by US News… 474 more words

All Y'All (A Guest Sermon)

This guest sermon was preached by The Rev. Margeret E. Howland at the White Plains Presbyterian Church on the Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost,  October 19, 2014. 2,537 more words



Climate change, commonly known as “global warming”, is happening and has been happening for the better half of the past 1 million years. Although this series of posts is indeed regarding climate change, I will not be defending the science of climate change for the skeptics. 1,325 more words

After Years Without a Grocery Store, Greensboro Neighbors Are Building One Themselves—And They’ll Own It by Dave Reed — YES! Magazine

Fed up with essentially begging for access to quality food, residents of this predominantly African-American and low-income neighborhood decided to open their own grocery store. 23 more words

Learning to thrift food: My ode to open markets

After moving to Boston, Massachusetts for an internship with Patch.com I really experienced eating on a much tighter budget for the first time. Paying for housing in a large city and for my moving expenses halfway across the country had depleted my savings. 501 more words

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73 FFA members participate in World Food Prize Global Youth Institute

The World Food Prize hosted 160 extraordinary high school students from 24 US states and territories, as well as Canada, China, Egypt, Mexico, Morocco, and Nigeria as delegates at the 20th Anniversary… 661 more words


Abstract: Women's Experiences of Urban Food Insecurity

In keeping with my earlier commitment to maintain this space better, I wanted to share an abstract from a paper I wrote in 2011. It was my first time approaching a topic using gender analysis and was the first time I realized how different the ways  we approach development could be as a result. 129 more words

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