23 Oct America’s Black farmers work to uproot racism
Posted at 06:00h in Business, Farming, Uncategorized
Originally published in The Peninsula Qatar. Content provided by AFP.
Petersburg, United States: In the sweltering heat of a greenhouse, Brooke Bridges inspects long rows of tomato plants, pleased to see a bountiful harvest growing. Once ripe, the crop will be picked and packed, then delivered mainly to poor Black and minority families around Albany, the capital of New York state.