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3/19/15
Sometimes a single sentence says so much. Unpacking it takes up space and does not add an iota to the meaning that is already there. Here is one such sentence, a quote from “The Financial Page” of the February 9, 2015, New Yorker : “It’s hard for people to be fully engaged with customers when they’re worrying about how to food put food on the table.” The person being quoted is Mark Bertolini, CEO
3/17/15
With full disclosure, I admit it. It is 17 days in to Food Solutions New England's Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge . I didn’t take on a new reading each day as I had envisioned, nor did I write, tweet, or blog nearly enough. But this opportunity to read, reflect, and engage with others who may share my opinions or who may have differing opinions, has made me think that there are far more
3/12/15
About half-way into FSNE's 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge , there have been some very interesting learnings, discussions, and reflections offered up via the Forum , Facebook event page , and Twitter ( #FSNEEquityChallenge ). I am heartened and hopeful that all of this is helping to normalize the conversation about race and racism and to galvanize strategies and actions for
3/9/15
As an Ambassador, I have had an abundance of opportunities to share the mission of Food Solutions New England (FSNE) in Connecticut; Dr. King's birthday and Black History Month led the way introducing conversations on race, our responsibilities as people of color during racially challenging times, and how we move forward. The 21-Day Challenge is a continuation of those conversations. As an
3/5/15
Local Foods Plymouth: Our Mission Since 2006, Local Foods Plymouth (LFP) has been offering an alternative farmer’s market to the greater Plymouth, NH region. The mission of LFP is to connect local farmers and area residents in order to support local agriculture and community. This is accomplished through an online outlet offering locally made, raised, or grown products. LFP aims to encourage

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Featured image of UMass Amherst Dining courtesy of the Kendall Foundation.