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Roots: Turning Disaster Into Opportunity
by KPFA Women's Magazine ( kpfawomensmag [at] gmail.com )
Tuesday Jun 12th, 2012 10:46 AM
When Michelle Reed was laid off from her long-time job, she decided to take a risk and follow her dream. She opened the plant store Roots on South Van Ness in San Francisco's Mission District. No-No Girl speaks with Michelle about life, plants and following your heart. Audio 10:51
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Michelle Reed grew up in the Western Addition, with an African American father and a Japanese American mother. She has lived in the Mission for the last thirty years. Her plant store Roots, on South Van Ness near 15th, is already famous for its terrariums. She speaks with No-No Girl of APEX on KPFA.
by Robert Onolgo
Wednesday Jun 13th, 2012 11:38 AM
Isn't capitalism great!!!! Allows you to "follow your dream".