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The Knotted Line

Evan Bissell, Author

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2013: We Are What We Eat

Urban food security projects (such as the Gardening Angels, Phat Beets, Growing Power and People’s Grocery, among others) provide jobs, support ecological and personal health and ease economic pressure as the global economy continues to decline. Inspired by Black Panther Free Breakfast Programs of a quarter century earlier, groups begin organizing locally grown food and supported breakfast programs.

Discussion Questions:
  • How could learning about food production be integrated in curriculum?
  • How are health and access to food issues of freedom?
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