- The history of black farming in the United States, and why there are so few black farmers today
- Why Leah prefers the term food apartheid, instead of food desert
- Creating a deeper relationship to the land and the food harvested from it, while working a full-time job
- Soul Fire’s revolutionary programming to empower and re-connect BIPOC folk to the land
- How Leah and her husband started a farm while having other jobs, commitments, and two children
- How to prepare more balanced meals when living in a food dessert
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