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    Fordham University: Teaching Kids How to Ignore the Homeless, One Beet or Carrot at a Time

    Michael Zimmerman, a 3L at Fordham Law, founded a farm-share program called Farm to Fordham. Amazingly, we’re not talking about a Facebook program. Zimmerman did this in real life. For a small fee each semester, students, faculty, and staff were able to purchase a share of fresh produce from a farm in central New York. Nearly 100 pounds of vegetables were donated to a local soup kitchen with every delivery. This sounds like a wonderful program, right? That’s probably why Fordham University decided to shut it down….

    79 Comments / / Sep 19, 2011 at 1:46 PM

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