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Gangsterzy rolnikami - Redux (56)

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Making Sweet Sol hot sauce.
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Making hot sauce. Published Caption: Sweet Sol is the name of Gangstas to Growers' very own hot sauce enterprise.
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Derriontae Trent, a Gangstas to Growers trainee, in his apartment where he sleeps on the floor.
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Published Caption: Selling hot sauce at College Park Station.
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Tami Boyd, the Food Oasis Community Coordinator at Atlanta Community Food Bank. Published Caption: The local community has stepped in to support Gangstas to Growers.
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Derriontae Trent, a Gangstas to Growers trainee, outside his home. Published Caption: After being in prison, Derriontae didn't think he had any choice but to return to crime - until he talked to Abbey.
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Derriontae Trent, a Gangstas to Growers trainee, outside his home.
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Derriontae Trent, a Gangstas to Growers trainee, outside his home. Published Caption: After being in prison, Derriontae didn't think he had any choice but to return to crime - until he talked to Abbey.
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Sweet Sol hot sauce for sale.
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Selling Sweet Sol hot sauce at College Park Station in Atlanta.
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Published Caption: The trainees sell their Sweet Sol hot sauce at various farmers' markets, including the one at the College Park station.
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Tami Boyd, the Food Oasis Community Coordinator at Atlanta Community Food Bank.
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Published Caption: Sweet Sol is the name of Gangstas to Growers' very own hot sauce enterprise.
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Peeling onions to make hot sauce. Published Caption: Sweet Sol is the name of Gangstas to Growers' very own hot sauce enterprise.
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Slicing onions to make hot sauce. Published Caption: Sweet Sol is the name of Gangstas to Growers' very own hot sauce enterprise.
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Peeling garlic to make hot sauce.
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Washing peppers to make hot sauce.
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Published Caption: Farmer Chris manages Mayflor Farms.
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Published Caption: Chris Edwards, 34, part-owner and manager of organic farm.
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Making Sweet Sol hot sauce.
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Truly Living Well farm in Atlanta.
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Abiodun Henderson (second from left), community activist and founder of Gangstas to Growers, with her students at Truly Living Well farm in Atlanta. Published Caption:
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Abiodun Henderson (left), community activist and founder of Gangstas to Growers at Truly Living Well farm in Atlanta.
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A Gangstas to Growers trainee at Truly Living Well farm in Atlanta.
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Published Caption: Lakeisha Sesay, 26, training manager at Just Bakery.
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Katie Hayes, 35, cofounder and executive director of Community Farmers Markets. Published Caption:
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Published Caption: Julia Kesler, 24, private chef.
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Ashley Robinson, 29, baker at Just Bakery of Atlanta.
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Published Caption: Zenaba Bello, 21, baker at Just Bakery and nursing student.
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Zenaba Bello, 21, baker at Just Bakery and nursing student.
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Published Caption: Katie Hayes, 35, cofounder and executive director of Community Farmers Markets.
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Truly Living Well farm in Atlanta.
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Published Caption: The Gangstas to Growers cohort working at the Truly Living Well farm.
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Published Caption: The Gangstas to Growers cohort trains at various black-owned farms in Atlanta. Pictured here is the Truly Living Well farm.
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Derriontae Trent, a Gangstas to Growers trainee, at Truly Living Well farm in Atlanta.
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Published Caption: The Gangstas to Growers cohort trains at various black-owned farms in Atlanta. Pictured here is the Truly Living Well farm.
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Published Caption: The Gangstas to Growers trainees start their day with yoga at 8 AM.
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Published Caption: In addition to farming and making hot sauce, the trainees also do yoga and group therapy together.
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Published Caption: In addition to farming and making hot sauce, the trainees also do yoga and group therapy together.
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Group therapy at Gangstas to Growers.
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New members of Gangstas to Growers listing their goals.
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Abiodun Henderson, community activist and founder of Gangstas to Growers.
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Published Caption: The $1.5 billion Mercedes-Benz Stadium stands in stark contrast to poorer, black neighborhoods in Atlanta.
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The Varsity, Atlanta.
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Rohit Malhotra, founder and executive director atCenter for Civic Innovation, in Atlanta. Published Caption: The local community has stepped in to support Gangstas to Growers.
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Published Caption: The Gangstas to Growers cohort trains at various black-owned farms in Atlanta. Pictured here is the Truly Living Well farm.
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Truly Living Well farm in Atlanta.
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Abiodun Henderson, community activist and founder of Gangstas to Growers. Published Caption: Abbey describes herself as an "auntie-big-sister-mama type".
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Published Caption: In addition to farming and making hot sauce, the trainees also do yoga and group therapy together.
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Ebenezer Baptist Church, where Martin Luther King Jr. was co-pastor with his father, in Atlanta. Published Caption: The $1.5 billion Mercedes-Benz Stadium stands in stark contrast to poorer, black neighborhoods in Atlanta.
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Eternal Flame at the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park, in Atlanta.
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Published Caption: Abbey reads a storybook to her son.
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Mercedes-Benz Stadium, home to the NFL's Atlanta Falcons and the MLS's United FC. Published Caption: The $1.5 billion Mercedes-Benz Stadium stands in stark contrast to poorer, black neighborhoods in Atlanta.
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Published Caption: Quianah Upton, 36, founder of #ChopItUpATL.
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Published Caption: Enita and Isaiah Thomas, 34 and 30, chefs and co-owners of Mouthfeel Culinary Co.
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Georgia State Capitol, in Atlanta.
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