Hip2BHealthy program teaches Crown Heights students how to fight obesity

The cafeteria was turned into a pop-up winter

The cafeteria was turned into a pop-up winter farmer's market, with goods like kale, turkey sausages and banana smoothies available. (January 20, 2014 6:46 PM)

Students in Crown Heights learned to fight obesity on their day off from school to honor the legacy of role model Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The program, put on at P.S. 221 and run by Seeds in the Middle, is called Hip2BHealthy. The school cafeteria was turned into a pop-up winter farmer's market, with goods like kale, turkey sausages and banana smoothies available.

Organizers say that...

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