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A big Wednesday and a rainy summer

On Wednesday, we started off the morning at a Fellows Learning Session at the Columbus Foundation. Douglas Kridler, the President and CEO of The Columbus Foundation, spoke with us about all of the great things going for Columbus, including low … Continue reading

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Keep Moving!

Happy July, everybody! The beginning of the month marks the end of my first month at Broad Street as well as the pantry’s busiest month in history. Client visits are climbing rapidly, and in June alone the pantry served over … Continue reading

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Everyone’s Favorite: A Very Long Post Regarding A Very Complex Subject

The buzzword on my mind this week at the pantry is everyone’s favorite: privilege. Yes, privilege, the conversation topic that frequently incites discomfort but almost always re-shapes and progresses an individual’s understanding of themselves and the world they live in. … Continue reading

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