White People Own 98 Percent of Rural Land. Young Farmers Are Asking for It Back.
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White People Own 98 Percent of Rural Land. Young Farmers Are Asking for It Back.

Black families own just one percent of the country’s arable land. But that’s despite the fact US agriculture has deep roots in African traditions. Leah Penniman, author of the book Farming While Black, delves into the roots of our modern farming practices, and talks about a growing movement among young Black and indigenous farmers to reclaim lost land. Plus: A dispatch from Minneapolis, where a Jamaican restaurant has transformed into a protest supply hub.

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