Tapping into trends, we took on two topics that dominated the nation’s cultural psyche: the COVID-19 pandemic and what it means to be Black in America.
Articles by Ryan Tipps, Managing Editor
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.
Conventional agriculture operates to keep dialogue open and to maintain observational and experimentational integrity. OAACs devolve that discussion.
2020 saw a national reckoning on American race relations, and the history of Black farmers became a key piece of the puzzle.
The growing unease over cancel culture isn’t an endorsement of anti-agriculture activism but rather a desire to address misinformation more judiciously.
John Deere is assisting the Federation of Southern Cooperatives in addressing heirs’ property and with the Regional Heirs’ Property & Mediation Center.
We dive into five of the most impactful 2020 events and stories, remembering how they shaped this year in agriculture and how they made us feel.