The Color of Food: How Gardens and Farms Can Help Us Heal From a History of Racism

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  1. Beautiful! We need more of these in our cities. I live in Chicago which is terribly segregated. The more mixing, the better. I get sad every time I see an abandoned plot of land which could be utilized cheaply as a garden.

    Nurturing, taking care, and being invested in a common goal of tending a garden together helps us get to know our fellow community members.

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