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Table of Contents
February 1, 2000, Vol. 7, No. 3
- A Demented Breakfast Cereal Treet. Food. Kid-Tested, Mother-Approved!
- Mumia Abu Jamal, Leonard Peltier. All U.S. Political Prisons
- Still Hungry
- Street Food Lore
- Family Kitchen
- Food Not Bombs
Table of Contents:
In Clear View. Food Not Bombs fights City Hall to feed homeless by Todd Matthews, Pages 1, 14
- Picture: Food Preparation
- Photo by Josh Root
Galloping Toward Health. An Interview with Graham Kerr, Pages 1, 14
- Picture: Graham Kerr, back in the day when butter was A-okay.
Mailbag, Page 2
- Wash & Wear Housing by Don Ricks | Wenatchee
- The Church Challenge by Jim Freeman | Seattle
Opinion: Down at the Food Bank. Hungry vote with feet – Food stamps not worth the hassle by Adam Holdorf, Page 3
News You Can Use. Close to Home, Page 4
- Some Lives are Cheap by Todd Matthews
- Steinbrueck denies tracking plans by Adam Holdorf
- The Morrison Hotel: New millennium, same debacle by Todd Matthews
- Homeless women, supporters spin for Meal of Fortune by Adam Holdorf
Where Everybody Knows Your Name…Family Kitchen Celebrates 25 Years by Scott Fischer, Page 5
- Picture: Family Kitchen activity
Food Lore: Stone Soup. Bringing the best out of discards by various. Featured: Marion Sue Fischer’s Zesty Early Spring WHEEL Soup and Sue Inglis Pico de Gallo, Pages 6, 7
Photo Essay: Takin’ Care of Business. A Day in the Life of Fare Start Student Everett Heuer, Pages 8, 9
Photo Essay by Erik Castro
Text by Everett Heuer
- Picture: 6:00 A.M. – Leaving the International District where Everett’s homeless shelter is located. His morning bus ride to Fare Start will be the start of a busy 14-hour day.
- 7:00 A.M. – Everett begins his day at Fare Start with the morning shift of preparing breakfast for his fellow students
- 8:00 A.M. – Taking a moment for prayer, Everett sits to enjoy the fruits of his labor.
- 11:00 A.M. – Fare Start not only pays for all necessary clothing, but also covered the cost of this alternation on Everett’s pants, which he plans to be wearing at his first job interview.
- 11:30 A.M. – Everett makes sure he’s on schedule after picking up an application for a possible job at the Washington Athletic Club
- 12:00 P.M. – In the atrium of the Josephinum Hotel, Everett sits down to enjoy his ability to play the many songs he learned by ear.
- 1:30 P.M. – Everett strolls back to Fare Start after a visit to Pike Place Market, where he finds peaceful enjoyment in people-watching
- 5:00 P.M. – Jenaya Dawe calls out another sandwich order as Everett gets a chance to work under the pressures of an after-class rush at Antioch Café.
- 8:00 P.M. – When asked how he felt the day went, this was Everett’s response.
- 8:45 P.M. – Everett finishes a long day giving the Café one last mop as his co-worked and trainer, Jenaya Dawe, closes her till.
Tenant Talk. Educate, Agitate. Organize by TU Staff, Page 10
You Gotta Fight for Your Right to Organize
Classics Corner by Perfess’r Harris (Timothy Harris), Page 11
Fed Up. Old Wisdom about eating in a new world of advertising. Book: Diet for a New America by John Robbins. Review by Brian Goedde, Page 11
Poetry: Page 12
- Food Chain by Walt Stawicki
- The Sharing Lesson by Reneene Robertson
- Texturized Vegetable Protein by Storm
- Untitled by José Ornelas
- Food & Anitra by Anitra L. Freeman
- Food (3 poems) by Ruanda Morrison
- Spaghetti by Wendy
Adventures in Poetry: Stupid for Jesus by © Dr. Wes Browning
Calendar, Page 15
Citizens Participation Project. ACT NOW!
No Cuts! WA Welfare on Locke Chopping Block
- Issue: Prevent Governor Locke from reducing welfare funding by $36 Million