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We are each other's harvest : celebrating African American farmers, land, and legacy / Natalie Baszile.

Baszile, Natalie, (author.).

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  • 8 of 9 copies available at Bibliomation.
  • 1 of 1 copy available at David M. Hunt Library - Falls Village. (Show)
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David M. Hunt Library - Falls Village 338.1 Bas (Text to phone) 33180141824780 Adult New Nonfiction Available -
Black Rock Branch - Bridgeport 630.89 WE (Text to phone) 34000148007149 Adult New Nonfiction Available -
Burroughs-Saden Main - Bridgeport 630.89 WE (Text to phone) 34000148007156 Adult New Nonfiction Available -
East Side Branch - Bridgeport 630.89 WE (Text to phone) 34000148007180 Adult New Nonfiction Available -
Kent Memorial Library - Suffield NEW 338.1 B (Text to phone) 32518147378999 Adult Nonfiction Available -
New Milford Public Library 338.10973 BAS (Text to phone) 34021139517292 Adult New Nonfiction Available -
North Branch - Bridgeport 630.89 WE (Text to phone) 34000148007172 Adult New Nonfiction Available -
Silas Bronson Library - Waterbury 338.1 BAS (Text to phone) 34005150470838 Adult New Nonfiction Available -
Woodbury Public Library 338.1097 BASZILE (Text to phone) 34018150363093 Adult New Nonfiction Checked out 06/30/2021

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 339-343).
Summary, etc.:
"In this impressive anthology, Natalie Baszile brings together essays, poems, photographs, quotes, conversations, and first-person stories to examine black people's connection to the American land from Emancipation to today. In the 1920s, there were over one million black farmers; today there are just 45,000. Baszile explores this crisis, through the farmers' personal experiences. In their own words, middle aged and elderly black farmers explain why they continue to farm despite systemic discrimination and land loss. The Returning Generation--young farmers, who are building upon the legacy of their ancestors, talk about the challenges they face as they seek to redress issues of food justice, food sovereignty, and reparations."-- Publisher's description.
Subject: African American farmers.
African Americans > Agriculture.
Agriculture > United States > History.
African Americans > Biography.

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