Cultivating Racial Equity in Regenerative Agriculture | LSS 2021

Dawn Morrison | Angel Beyde | Leticia Deawuo | Michaela Cruz2021-02-24

While social justice and equity are often overlooked in regenerative agriculture, we can't talk about regeneration without looking at who owns farmland and why. What we see is a land disparity where Black, Indigenous, and farmers of colour are underrepresented. There are layered and systemic reasons for this including lack of access to farmland, environmental racism, racist policy barriers, and lack of funding. This conversation urges us to consider the systems of power at play and how to support BIPOC farmers to shape a more equitable, just, and democratic food and farming landscape.

Duration: 107 min.

Available in: English

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