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Black Farmers Matter: The Importance of Supporting Them So They Can Serve Our Communities

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In this “REVOLT Black News Weekly” segment of “Stand Up For,” we turn our attention to Black farmers who are trying to survive, as they struggle to serve our communities. We dive into the future of these individuals who are attempting to make an impact one crop at a time. On the show, we walk through their journeys with the help of farmer Kendrick Ransome of Golden Organic Farm in North Carolina. Kendrick details just how the struggle is real, and exactly how we need to support Black farmers.

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