black farmers

A baby zucchini grows beneath a yellow blossom. (Maja Dumat/Creative Commons)

The George Washington University
The pandemic may have forced you into a new relationship with food. But the food that ends up on your plate has always traveled a complicated, exploitative, and convoluted path to get there.
George Washington University
There's an extremely small amount of real estate distributed among African Americans today, and black farmers can use our support to help them thrive.