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Food access fight continues in Birchwood after Albertsons decision

Residents of the Bellingham neighborhood still want to get affordable grocery

Two people, one sitting, hold signs in front of an intersection.
Tina McKim, left, and Grace Dunbar protest in October 2018 at the intersection of Birchwood and Northwest avenues. McKim has helped lead the Birchwood Food Desert Fighters after an Albertsons shuttered in 2016. (Photo courtesy of Tina McKim)
By Annie Todd Criminal Justice/Enterprise Reporter
Community activists who’ve been pushing for fresh food options in the Birchwood neighborhood since
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