Supporting Black-owned community gardens not only supports ourselves through learning about our food but also supports the closure of the racial wealth gap.
When we work to diversify agriculture, we work to give marginalized communities opportunities at food literacy, scholarships, and personal development.
The Emergency Relief for Farmers of Color Act isn’t just a COVID relief issue for BIPOC farmers. This aid helps rectify a systemic issue facing this group.
The Department of Justice defends socially disadvantaged farmers and their path to debt relief under the American Rescue Plan Act.
Intertwined by food, business, family and so much more, every day we pass by folks whose lives have been blessed because of the gift of amnesty.
A group of farmers from the Midwest is suing the federal government alleging they can’t participate in a loan forgiveness program because they are white.
The ACRE Act would prohibit officials at the USDA from discriminating or providing preferential treatment to any person on the basis of race or sex.
Black leaders are testifying before Congress, and a report shows that just 0.1 percent of the Trump’s coronavirus money went to Black farmers.
Amyrose Foll, the leader at Virginia Free Farm, describes her motivation to serve hundreds of meals weekly to Virginia communities surrounding her farm.