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Little Rock Catering Co-ops Have Big Plans for the Future

SolFood Catering and Box Populi at ECWD 2015

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August 28, 2015
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[Editor's note: below are two brief interviews with worker-owners from two Little Rock, AR catering cooperatives: Solfood Catering and Box Populi.  Butterfly and Kenny discuss the innovative plans for their respective businesses, both of which aim to integrate food production, delivery and consumption in a sustainable, cooperative manner.  We'll have more interviews with worker-owners from the 2015 Eastern Conference for Workplace Democracy next Friday.]

 

 

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Josefina Luna is a world citizen born on the Dominican Republic’s north coast. She studied education and worked as a teacher for 15 years before moving to Boston in 1993. From her mother, Josefina learned to plant trees. She felt the satisfaction of having a garden in the yard with abundant food for her family. She learned to love and respect her environment and has been an environmental activist ever since.

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