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The People's Grocery

Length: 9 min.
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In Oakland, California, where liquor stores have replaced markets, the People's Grocery helps residents build healthy connections to food, the land and each other. Co-founder and Executive Director, Brahm Ahmadi, speaks of our nation's co-modification of food resources and some of the important steps we can take to restore food justice and rebuild the fabric of our communities.

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