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“To farm while Black is an act of defiance against white supremacy and a means to honor the agricultural ingenuity of our ancestors.” -Leah Penniman
Close your eyes and picture a farmer. Who did you see? In the 1920s, about 14% of all farms in the country were Black-owned. Now, around 1% are, but the overwhelming majority of farm laborers, an often exploited group, are people of color. And they’re the people being systematically excluded from [owning land] and eating fresh food.
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