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On the Dial | Appetite For Change

Appetite For Change is a North Minneapolis nonprofit organization that uses food as a tool to build health, wealth and social change. I think that's pretty sweet. Sure, urban farming sounds super trendy, but it's extremely important and practical. I've got a thing for veggies and believe that all people deserve access to real food. Nonprofits like Appetite For Change are vital in food education. Community gardens have been popping up around the country, but I've never seen an artistic endeavor of this caliber come from a nonprofit organization. See for yourself and prepare to be impressed by these powerful, young voices in the song, Grow Food.

One of my favorite parts of the song hits in the 3rd verse when the lyrics throw shade on sugary soda drinks: 

all that sugar was sweet // til' I got diabetes // you better re-think your drink // that stuff is not what you think // get you some water or somethin' // I get it free from the sink

Posted by Brett Gregory on 12 December, 2016 Appetite For Change, On the Dial | 1 comment
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  • Elizabeth Oness - December 12, 2016

    I’m just getting familiar with your press, but just on the basis of posting this (and your really funny flowchart), you rock.

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