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Dining with Dignity


In an insightful piece about how the other half eats, the Oregonian talks to Sisters of the Road's Kris Soebroto about the nonprofit cafe's approach to food justice and the logistics of serving 250 meals per day to impoverished Old Town diners (at the cost of $1.25 each). "It's not enough to just feed somebody," Soebroto says of the Sisters' mission. "Everyone has the right to good quality food, to really be nourished." [OregonLive]

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