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When LaShante 'Shaunie’ Grigsby moved to Minnesota for graduate school, she had a hard time finding a local coffee shop where she felt at home. By the time she became a Minnesota transplant, Shaunie had lived in what she calls “some of the Blackest cities” in the...
“Soul food was built on resilience. . . It is taking nothing and making something incredible. I have a standard of excellence when I cook, because, every holiday, family reunion or event, Mama Janie’s food would be excellent. She never disappointed.”
Find Lucius Johnson, the owner and founder of Shake Down Rubs at the West Broadway Farmers Market with a wide array of spice rubs and an easy, welcoming smile.
We’re taking a moment to reflect on the Movement. We hardly need to be reminded of the events that made 2020 an extraordinary year—one for Doing The Work.
Ethylon B. Brown’s Demery’s Aromatherapy began with what she calls a death to life experience. Pulling in all the knowledge and history from her ancestors, she built her experience and expertise into a small business.
Urban farming contributes to increased food security and food access in many communities and helps people understand how food is grown, what’s in season, and how far most of it must travel before we purchase it.
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