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Seed, Soil, Light: A Revolutionary's Journey

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Seed, Soil, Light: A Revolutionary's Journey

Man's nature is not essentially evil. Brute nature has been known to yield to the influence of love. You must never despair of human nature.

- Mahatma Gandhi -

Seed, Soil, Light: A Revolutionary's Journey

"We need to let the soil and plants recharge our DNA. We need to create a new paradigm of how to live and exist based on the land." Tommy Joshua is paving the way to do just that. Raised in a poverty-ridden neighborhood he witnessed social injustice. Brave examples in his own family inspired him to be part of the solution as a community organizer and educator. Nothing could stand in his way for long -- not even leukemia. Tommy survived the illness with a deepened resolve. He found his passion in urban farming -- and not long after the North Philadelphia Peace Park was born. Though his path has been riddled with challenges, it is rooted in the power of small actions and community. Here's a closer look at his story." { read more }

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