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These NY farmers are building a space to teach Black people about farming
Ashanti Williams and Arian Rivera of the Black Yard Farm Collective talk about moving their farm to a new location and working with kids.
Black farmers' lawsuit points to limited remedies for past discrimination
A program to address USDA discrimination against Black farmers was revised after white farmers said it discriminated against them.
2 Black farmers promote resilience for food, land and people
Ashanti Williams and Arian Rivera of the Black Yard Farm Collective talk about agricultural practices and building community.
After years of setbacks, socially disadvantaged farmers get debt relief
Dewayne Goldmon of the Agriculture Department sees the aid as narrowing the economic gap between farmers of color and white farmers.
New generation is helping to revive Black-owned farms
Black farmers have struggled, but young entrepreneurs are finding ways to support them.
Black farmers face a slew of systemic challenges
Unfair pricing and land loss are just a few reasons the Federation of Southern Cooperatives/Land Assistance Fund formed decades ago.