PART 9: HONORING THE HERITAGE OF BLACK FARMERS ON THE LAND with J.L. Chestnut
Black farmers have been leaving the land at three and a-half times
the rate of other farmers. It turns out that this loss of black farmers
is due less to farming policies and practices than it is to generations
of institutional racism. Civil Rights attorney J.L. Chestnut, in a
brilliant and emotional speech, tells the story of the successful
historic litigation against the USDA on behalf of these farmers.
PART 10: FIRST NATIONS AND THE FUTURE OF THE EARTH with Rebecca Adamson, Paula Gunn Allen and John Mohawk
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