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The Grio

For most office workers, lunch hour is a practically sacred time — the workday’s lone opportunity to run a mid-day errand or get away from the desk. But for one Chicago-area woman, lunch hour takes on a much deeper meaning.

Every Thursday, Kasonja Holley heads to a sandwich shop near her workplace and purchases 20 boxed lunches that she distributes to homeless people near her office. Her coworkers coined the project, which began two years ago, “Love in Motion.”

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