Today MOSES facilitated a meeting to organize farmers against racism. Over 30 farmers from the Midwest met via zoom to discuss strategies and plans of action based on Soul Fire Farm’s Action Steps & Policy Platform for Food Sovereignty. We split into small groups and discussed how we can collectively influence everything from policy to resource access. I am honored to be among these changemakers and feel a groundswell of potential for transformation, relationship building, and cultural healing. So many organic farmers are activists by nature and when we organize, we can make waves. Indeed, farmers have a rich history of involvement in social movements. We grow the food. We have a voice. So listen up.



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