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Ryan Richardson of GrowNWI plants tomatos Wednesday at a vacant lot on Chicago Street in Valparaiso. Kids from the Boys & Girls Club will eventually plant some vegetables, too. The food will be donated to needy families.
There are women who let things happen, and then there are women who make things happen. It's a trait not isolated by gender, but let's talk about the ladies this time, in honor of Women's History Month.
When one person performs an act of kindness, it can create a powerful spring force of positive actions and reactions from it, and to it. Imagine if an entire city took part. What kind of effect would that have on us right here where we live?
We look forward to March for the hints of spring it brings. We're reminded that there's still green grass under that snow, and we're reminded of how far we have come during Women's History Month.
One of the biggest mistakes made when it comes to talking about diversity is the bad habit of applying our own definition to that which is already defined.
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