May 2010

Revolution on a Plate

At several points in “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution,” it seemed the acclaimed British chef faced a challenge bigger than he could overcome. The man whose “Naked Chef” show made him a Food Network star and who had worked to reshape food policy in England had come up against a seemingly impossible client—school children in Huntington, Va.

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2004 Lesson Archives

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"Genocide in Darfur, Sudan: A Responsibility to Protect?", December 2004

"Malice at the Palace: Basketball Players and Fans in Ugly Fight", November 2004

"Tree Lady of Kenya wins Nobel Peace Prize", November 2004

"Another Wild Ride to the White House", November 2004

"Domestic Policy and Election 2004: A Look at Issues that Hit Home", October 2004

"Athletes from the Summer Olympics and Tour de France Illustrate Virtues of Perseverance, Discipline, Faith and Hope", September 2004

"Liberty and Security for All", August 2004

"Decency in the Media: Should Government Regulate It?", May 2004

"U.S. Army Ranger Pat Tillman Die in Afghanistan: Honoring a Life of Courage, Humility, Generosity and Integrity", May 2004

"Remember Where You're From: Duke Star Luol Deng Paves Path to Success", April 2004

"The Politics and Ethics of Gay Marriage", March 2004

"Superbowl Halftime/Half-naked Show", February 2004

"Teen Surfer Loses Arm In Shark Attack: A Story of Faith and Hope", January 2004

"Sow a Thought, and you reap an Act;

"Sow an Act, and you reap a Habit;

"Sow a Habit, and you reap a Character;

"Sow a Character, and you reap a Destiny."

- Charles Reade

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