Tuesday, Sep 28, 2021
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Indiana’s small, Black farmers struggle to keep their farms running

PBS, 09 Sep 2021
Indiana’s agricultural tradition is well documented. From Indy 500 winners drinking milk to county fair midways and local 4-H animal exhibits, farming is always celebrated. But the national conversation around race is largely absent in many rural Indiana communities. From Indiana Public Media, Brock Turner has the story.

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