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25 May S.O.U.L Food Series: Berries

I hope you enjoyed our previous posts as part of the S.O.U.L Food series. I’m really excited to announce that berry season is finally here so that means they will be everywhere. But first, for those of you who may not know what S.O.U.L food…

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23 May Fresh Produce: Access and Equity

Access to healthy food… We all want it, right? Well, according to a recent poll 97% of us do. As you would imagine, I am not surprised at all about these findings but it’s always good when research supports what we’ve been saying all along. Now…

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22 May Fired Twice Because She Had Cancer

I heard this story yesterday and I must admit that it really pulled at my heartstrings. You see, not only am I someone that was diagnosed with cancer almost 4 years ago, I am also a Human Resources Manager who understands the value of an…

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18 May The Faces of Hope Project Needs Your Help!

A couple months ago I was approached by photographer Jay Franco and Ankita T. Pandya in regards to their interest in my participation for an upcoming exhibit titled, “Faces Of Hope”. Their aim with this project was to get a group of individuals who overcame…

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