Tag Archives: food justice

A Year in Food

Food has taken over my life this year… which probably shouldn’t be a surprise as part of the food justice league. I can now cook things I had never even heard of before, as well as things I didn’t like … Continue reading

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DIY Experiment: Chocolate Edition Part 2

We ended our “Chocolate Community Day” on a more serious note by watching the documentary “The Dark Side of Chocolate,” about the child labor that occurs to produce the majority of the chocolate the world eats. Children, usually ages 8-12, … Continue reading

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Use Your Walking Feet

While thinking of a title for this post about walking, several verses of scripture came to mind (Psalms 119:105 “Your word is a┬álamp to my feet and a light to my path”) and some of my favorite hymns (Just a … Continue reading

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Choice: Freedom or Manipulation

Saturday, February 1st 2014- Junk Food Appreciation Day Don’t worry if you don’t recognize this holiday, it was probably only celebrated by the Boston YAVs. While a typical, uneventful Saturday for most, it marked the end of our locavore experiment … Continue reading

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