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“Take the seeds home”
“Take the seeds home”
Priscila Hernández

BURZACO - Carrot leaves are poking through the soil, the lettuces are green and leafy, and the spring onions are standing tall: these vegetables are being nurured at secondary school No. 56 in Burzaco, 25 kilometers south of Buenos Aires. And as the vegetables have put down roots, classroom violence has been on a sharp decline — a clear sign of how Mother Nature has a way of mitigating the most negative human traits.

“We used to look for the smallest excuse to fight, then we started this project and the school changed a lot,” says Nicolás, a fourth-year student who is among the most dedicated to the garden. “Now, if we’re not feeling great, we come to the vegetable garden, we put on some music, and we work.”

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Emma Albright and Meike Eijsberg

👋 Sannu!*

Welcome to Thursday, where Russian troops have unleashed an all-out assault on the strategic city of Severodonetsk, Ukraine’s president lashes out at Henry Kissinger for “Munich” stance and the writer of a notable “How to” essay is convicted of murder. We also look at how the plague of school shootings is not exclusive to the United States.

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