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Eastern Market and the DIA

  Ever since I moved to this part of the U.S. I’ve wanted to learn more about Detroit than simply that it was the home of Motown–a feat in itself. I knew that it had once been a hub of … Continue reading

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Review of Will Allen’s The Good Food Revolution

For the past three years or so I’ve been collecting books on black people’s historical and contemporary relationship with farming. My love affair with the topic began when I tuned into John Robbin’s Food Revolution Summit, which I had been … Continue reading

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Job Opening: Director, Office of University Partnerships (OUP) for Haiti

Office of University Partnerships (OUP) for Haiti Job Announcement: Director The tragic earthquake of January 12, 2010, devastated the Haitian education system, including its institutions of higher education. ¬†Even before the earthquake, the Haitian university system suffered from extremely low … Continue reading

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