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Farmers pick crops at Soul Fire Farm in New York state. It's run by Leah Penniman, a farmer and activist working to diversify the farming community and reconnect people to their food. Courtesy of Capers Rumph hide caption

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Black Farmers Are Sowing The Seeds Of Health And Empowerment

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John Boyd Jr., with his father, John Boyd Sr. Fred Watkins /Courtesy of John Boyd Jr. hide caption

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Farmer John Boyd Jr. Wants African-Americans To Reconnect With Farming

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