Friday Roundtable: Food connects these Twin Cities change-makers

The City Pages 2016 "People Issue" had an intriguing premise: profile uncelebrated Minnesotans who are quietly making a real difference in their communities. We invited three of the people the issue profiled to the Friday Roundtable. They all share a passion for food and they all have big ideas for how to make the Twin Cities better.

MPR Host Tom Weber talked to:

Lachelle Cunningham, Executive Chef at Breaking Bread Café

Ruhel Islam, Co-Owner of Gandhi Mahal restaurant

Vivian Mims, Front-End Manager at Seward Co-Op Friendship Store

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