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Leah Penniman co-founded Soul Fire Farm in 2010 in Grafton, New York. The farm works toward a goal of ending racism and injustice in the food industry. Photos:

We Can’t Talk About Farming Without Talking About Race

Leah Penniman is helping BIPOC become food sovereign at her 80-acre farm

When nationwide hoarding left supermarket shelves empty in early March, many were forced to get innovative about how they filled their refrigerators. Since then, the popularity of has surged, allowing…

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Danielle Dorsey

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LA-based freelance writer, intuitive tarot reader, certified reiki healer, & practicing yogi

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