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In every age, there are those whose lives, labor, and ultimately, death, are wrested from them to serve the greed of the elite.
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Every 10 days or so during the summer, my maternal grandmother took a long walk to her nearest neighbors. Leaving her stark yet beautiful North Dakota farmstead, Lottie would amble along the hills cresting the Sheyenne River valley and carefully descend the sloping gullies and cow paths to the Roberts’ farm.
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While the rest of the world seems to move towards division and hierarchy, our community strives to challenge that notion through one daily act: dinner.