Sprouts: Leah Penniman, Black and Brown People in Agriculture. by pacificanetwork published on 2019-05-08T05:10:34Z Today on Sprouts we hear from author and food justice activist Leah Penniman about the experiences of Black and Brown people in agriculture, and how these communities can reclaim their right to"and connection with"the land their ancestors worked so skillfully. From the divide between white farmers and their Black and Brown neighbors to the innovations these marginalized groups have brought to farming throughout history, Leah digs into a subject that is long overdue for discussion within the Good Food Movement. Leah Penniman is a Black Creole farmer who has been tending the soil for twenty years and organizing for an anti-racist food system for fifteen years. Shes an educator, food justice activist, executive director ofSoul Fire Farmand author ofFarming While Black: Soul Fire Farms Practical Guide to Liberation on the Land. This broadcast originated on Rootstock Radio.