Everybody loves a produce vendor, right? It's almost spring, and the idea of farmers' markets makes American mouths salivate for all that is delicious and juicy and socially and environmentally responsible. But look to the home of democracy, Greece, and the picture is different. For Prokopis Nikolau, an Athens produce vendor from the Roma (Gypsy) community, the summer of 2004 met him with nothing sweet or juicy or socially responsible — not at least in his community. Cameron Hickey and Lauren Feeney's... More >>>