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Black Sustainability Requires Land

Updated: Dec 19, 2022

JANUARY 18 AT 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Calling All Georgia & southeast US farmers, land owners & aspiring growers! Join Black Sustainability, Winston County Self Help Cooperative, Georgia Heirs Property Law Center, McClendon Law & Consulting & Mississippi Center for Justice & Peace for an informative session on Saving Rural America - Georgia.

We pulled this session together because Black people's loss of land has not slowed since the early 1900’s. Nearly 12 million acres of Black-owned land has been lost in the United States over the last century. In Mississippi alone, between 1950 and 1964, Black farmers lost nearly 800,000 acres. Farmers/ranchers are not receiving information and/or are not able to complete application for programs designed to improve their productivity.

Since many of you have expressed an interest in creating sustainable communities and every community (sans the Metaverse) requires a physical space/land, we have presenters across the southeast that will share strategies to transition from heirs property to clear titles, maintain land, leverage funding sources to enhance land/farm production and information on how to procure land. Tune in to Learn How Save Rural America & Increase Black Land Ownership

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