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In Rural California, Liberian Family Finds Agricultural Refuge

A new story in High Country News about land, refuge and history--and historical amnesia--in Guinda, California, just down the road from the almond farm where my mother was raised. Thanks to the Guinda community for so gracefully excavating and preserving the much forgotten history of African American farmers in the American West, and for sharing these stories with me.

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A wonderful piece, Lauren. Thanks & xo

September 24, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterRobin

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