On Saturday afternoons when I go grocery shopping, I can find affordable, fresh food at five different, well-stocked grocery stores — all within five minutes of my home. That doesn't include the options at the town's weekend farmer's market, either. It's wonderful.
But it also makes me think back to my experience living in a predominately black neighborhood on Chicago's South Side, before I moved to this overwhelmingly white town of less than 30,000. And I wonder: Why should access to good food be so much easier in a place with barely the population of few big city blocks? Read more...
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
The Urban Grocery Gap: Killing Us Softly
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