North Carolina Farmers Featured in New Book

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side by side photo of cover of We Are Each Other's Harvest Book and photo of Kamal Bell's insert

Several North Carolina farmers are featured in a new book We Are Each Other’s Harvest: Celebrating African American Farmers, Land, and Legacy by Natalie Baszile. This anthology includes essays, poems, photographs, interviews, and stories to explore African American landownership and connection to land from Emancipation through today. This book explores family, connection to land, memory and inheritance, the power of food and farming, and race and equity.

North Carolina farmers featured in the book include:

  • Stanley Hughes and Linda Leach of Pine Knot Farms in Hurdle Mills
  • Kamal Bell of Sankofa Farms in Cedar Grove
  • Clif Sutton and Dexter Faison of Straw Hat Farms in Turkey
  • Deric Harper of Harpo’s Farms in Sandford
  • Martha Calderon on Calderon Produce in Vale
  • Marvin Frink of Briarwood Cattle Farm in Red Springs
  • The Wrights of Happy Land Farms in Bladenboro