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Intermission: Meet the Superhumans

A gorgeous trailer for the paralympics featuring a cascade of awesomely overachieving amputee, visually impaired, and wheelchair-bound olympians.

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Watch this beautiful trailer for the paralympics featuring a cascade of awesomely overachieving amputee, visually impaired, and wheelchair-bound olympians. As the uncle of a paraplegic athlete, I'll be glued to the screen.

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Food Studies: What I've Learned By Washing Down Organic Food With Diet Coke

Erin and her classmates cook with both farmers' market vegetables and Crisco. What does that have to do with larger questions of poverty and obesity?

Food Studies features the voices of volunteer student bloggers from a variety of different food- and agriculture-related programs at universities around the world. Don't miss Erin's last post, on conducting ethnographic research at the farmers' market.

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The 30 Project: Have Dinner, Change the World

FEED Foundation co-founder Ellen Gustafson is launching an ambitious 30-year project to change the food system, and she needs our help.

GOOD is incredibly excited to announce our partnership with the 30 Project, to create a long-term vision for food system change and an alliance of committed people, organizations, and businesses that, together, can make that vision a reality.

Below, 30 Project founder and FEED Foundation co-founder Ellen Gustafson introduces us to her vision and goals, as well as the first steps you can take to get involved. I'm particularly excited about the 30 Project because it is such a tangible opportunity for the GOOD community to use our collective strength to make a difference. Long-term food system change is going to require nothing so much as a willingness to imagine the world as a better place and an open-minded approach to how we're going to get there. That kind of pragmatic idealism and collaborative action is what GOOD is all about.

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