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  • The Kids are Alright

    Photo courtesy of Flickr user chalkdog If you want proof that kids already know right from wrong, just look to Madison, Wisconsin, where fourth-grade students organized to take a stand against the poor school lunch program. As told by Slow Food USA, the students of […]

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  • The New Narrative

    What is this “oneness,” you ask? It’s community, it’s participation, it’s equality, it’s tradition, and it’s environmental awareness. Frankly, it has a lot in common with our mission here at Slow Food. And it’s also the guiding principle of the Global Oneness Project, an initiative […]

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  • Terra Madre Connections

    A few weeks ago, we received two fascinating letters from Slow Food member Gwen Meyer, who along with her husband, John Neumeister of Cattail Creek Lamb, was a 2004 and 2006 Terra Madre conference delegate. In 2002, Gwen founded Friends of Kenya Schools and Wildlife, […]

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  • Food, Inc.

    From filmmaker Robert Kenner, with the help of Eric Schlosser and Michael Pollan, comes an unflinching exposé of our industrial food system. Food, Inc. takes a pointed look at the large agribusiness corporations who, with the virtual consent of the FDA and USDA, have created […]

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