I moved here in ‘76, and my daughter Saya was born in ’78, in fact I moved into this building here— Debbie and I are sitting in a café on Evanston’s Main Street, and she points out the window to her first apartment in town, over three decades ago.Main St.
In her mid-fifties, Debbie Hillman decided to begin working exclusively on changing Illinois’ food production system, from Evanston.(Photo by photoentropy via Flickr) I came to these issues personally when I was in college, 30, 40— a long time ago. . . .