Until the Streets of the Hood Flood with Green

Kelly Curry
The Story of the Electric Smoothie Lab Apothecary

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$10 of each book sale will be doanted to the Electric Smoothie Lab.

Healing our bodies, returning to natural patterns of sleeping and eating and being in community and with the earth...whatever that looks like for you, may be the first steps towards sustainability and balance.

For me it started with tapping into my own abundant energy field by harvesting greens with my own hands, from local soil and herbs and local seasonal fruit and blending all into a power pack of life and richness. All of this is what we share with community via THE ELECTRIC SMOOTHIE LAB APOTHECARY.

This is an amazing opportunity to make meals for folks using food that would otherwise end up in the dumpster because it was unattractive and therefore unsellable. In America every year, billions of pounds of edible food ends up as waste, even though a quarter of households do not have enough food to make it through to the end of the month.

I see a vision clearly before my eyes: children happy healthy preparing their own green smoothies and enjoying the abundance of the Earth as God intends for us to enjoy.

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About Kelly Curry

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Kelly Curry is an author, publisher and social justice activist. She brings over 20 years of frontline, on the ground support of lower income communities of color through her development of life enhancing, ground shifting programs that promote health, well being and love. A veteran of public and private foundation work in New York City, Kelly was influential in ushering in change around public children's after-school programming at the city level, which included development and successful operation of a living arts program for NYC Parks and Recreation Center in Harlem. Through this program, Kelly worked with community kids to plant Harlem's first children's gardens. Kelly continued this trajectory by delivering a living arts program to the children of farm workers and homeless children in Southern California via The Living Love Foundation, where she acted as Director of Programming and Development. Kelly is currently focused on engaging committed, creative, sustainable change around food access for the citizens of East and West Oakland. She does this work in partnership with Planting Justice via How Are You Healing Today which hosts The Electric Smoothie Lab Apothecary.