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Section C
Why the Food Movement Is Spreading
People Want to Make a Difference in the World
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The Glass is Half Full
First Lady Michelle Obama works with kids from Washington's Bancroft Elementary School to
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System Change – Work Beyond Silos
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Connections to Everything
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Food is a “Web” Linking Many Systems Together
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Food Has Multiple Entry Points
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Good Food Box
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It Takes Children to Raise a Village
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Everyone Eats
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Solving Food Issues Solves Other Urban Problems
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Food Is Togetherness
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Reducing Miles of Driving
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Easing Traffic Jams
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Living Streets: Streetscapes
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Living Streets: Food Is the Anchor of Main Streets
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Living Streets: Commanding Hubs
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Living Streets: Vendors
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Beautification of the City with Edible Landscaping
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Transforming Unused Spaces to Green Space
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Urban Garden
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Helping Others
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Beautification
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Food Issues Help Cities Build Resilience
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