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We are Each Other’s Harvest: Celebrating African American Farmers, Land and Legacy

Updated: Mar 15



In We are Each Other’s Harvest, Natalie Baszile explores and celebrates Black farming in America.  She has assembled a treasure trove of essays, poems, photographs and first-person stories to examine our connection to the American land.  In the 1920s, there were over one million black farmers; today there are just 45,000.  Black farmers tell stories of discrimination and land loss and future challenges of food justice, food sovereignty and reparations.

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