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Our global food system is built on a legacy of exploitation. Black and Indigenous people, whose knowledge, skill, and labor helped shape and build America’s agricultural industries, are also those who have faced and continue to face the biggest barriers to food access today. Join leaders, scholars, and organizers as they discuss the power of knowledge, innovation, and community resiliency as a creative and sustainable means of challenging the food system and advocating for a more equitable future.

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