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The city’s first food equity council works to feed everyone - Sharon Hoyer

It isn't often that a major news article manages to thread together multiple levels (from on the ground reports on up through to big picture theorizing) about a thorny policy issue into a coherent and compelling narrative, but this Chicago Reader piece about food distribution policy efforts manages to do just that and more - the multiple levels of detail also make it a good entry point for anyone in Chicago who wants to learn more about these efforts. 

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