The U.S, especially industries like agriculture that are very laborious, has two paths forward to address policies halting immigration labor and amnesty.
Articles by Bre Holbert
As FFA advisors, local supporters, administrators, or the like, it’s our job to get our alumni and students connected to provide them with the opportunity to develop relationships that will grow our chapters.
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 will we offer truly equitable spaces for all producers and agriculturalists state department and state wide for the sustainable future of our country?
Youth program advocate Dr. Maurice Smith believes we must innovate current structures to increase involvement in agriculture from all walks of life.
Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Dr. Jewel Bronaugh is helping to rebuild trust and accountability in the USDA through a newly launched Equity Commission.
Artha Jonassaint found her passion for agriculture being cultivated by her mother, a dietitian, that works in the intersection of policy and the food system.
Minority Serving Institutions can strengthen the significance and importance of agriculture, the USDA, and more to underserved communities.
The reason the current National FFA Organization doesn’t speak about the New Farmers of America is complex and wound into an uneven Civil Rights history.
By diverting the intended Emergency Relief for Farmers of Color Act funding from BIPOC farmers, we as a country are minimalizing the struggle of this group.