SUSU CommUNITY Farm carrying on creative legacies of Black Ancestors

BENNINGTON — Drawing on centuries of Black wisdom and hard-earned experience, two leaders of the SUSU CommUNITY Farm recently presented an online keynote on “creative strategies for food liberation in Vermont.”

“We draw from and we learn from the wisdom of our ancestors while also at the same time planting seeds for the future generations,” said Amber Arnold, co-steward and co-executive director. “That is the work that we center as we move on this journey to food liberation and land liberation in Vermont.”

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