Dec 16, 2021
Diversity is resiliency. Plain and simple. In this episode of Herbal Radio, Bevin Clare and Leah Penniman explore food sovereignty and actionable steps anyone can take to create positive change in the world. Leah serves as Co-Director and Farm Manager of Soul Fire Farm, founded in 2010. She has over 20 years of experience as a soil steward and food sovereignty activist, having worked at the Food Project, Farm School, Many Hands Organic Farm, Youth Grow and with farmers internationally in Ghana, Haiti, and Mexico. She sees momentum around young people of color returning to the land, engaging in agriculture. That’s one reason she’s mentoring the next generation of activist farmers. Leah’s book, Farming While Black, is a manual for African-heritage people to reclaim their rightful place in the food system. We encourage listeners to check out the resources linked below.
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