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indigenous sovereignty and black land liberation [events]

Posted: June 17 2020
Image from Agrarian Trust June 17, 2020 newsletter

Agrarian Trust has centered these upcoming events in their recent newsletter. See below for details and join in the collective action and education!! Furthermore, visit this web page to view The Ultimate List of Black Owned Farms & Food Gardens .

Land and Freedom Now: Collective Action for Black Land Liberation
Friday, June 19th, 1:00 PM EST/10:00 AM PST
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Savi Horne, Executive Director of the North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers, Land Loss Prevention Project
Clark R. Arrington, General Counsel for The Working World
Ed Whitfield, Co-founder and co-managing director of the Fund for Democratic Communities (F4DC)
Joe Brooks, Senior Fellow at PolicyLink
Noah McDonald, Farmer, land steward, and independent researcher working with Southeastern African American Farmers Organic Network (SAAFON) 
Moderated by:
Noni Session, Executive Director of the East Bay Permanent Real Estate Cooperative
Hosted by: House of Ease

Centering Indigenous Sovereignty on Stolen Land: Indigenous Consultation and Land Access
Tuesday, June 30th, 2:30 PM EST/11:30 AM PST
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Chuck Sams, founder, Indian Country Conservancy
Peter Forbes, Knoll Farm, First Light Learning Journey
Hosted by: 
Stephanie Morningstar, Stephanie Morningstar, Coordinator, Northeast Farmers of Color Land Trust

And another event, from EcoFarm:

Saturday, June 20, 1:00 PM EST / 4:00 PM PST
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June is the month to celebrate LGBTQAI+ farmers and ranchers as we commemorate the Stonewall uprising of June 1969. Join us for storytelling and connection with Karen Washington of Rise & Root Farm and Edgar Xochitl of Hummingbird Farm.

Additionally, here is a list of resources from Agrarian Trust to "do the work to become antiracist":

Educational Resources
The Groundwater Approach: Building a Practical Understanding of Structural Racism
The Characteristics of White Supremacy Culture from Dismantling Racism: A Workbook for Social Change Groups by Kenneth Jones and Tema Okun
Antiracist Reading List
Resources for BIPOC Organizers & Allies
Resources for White People
Farms and Organizations 
Black/Land Project
Acres of Ancestry
Black Urban Growers
Detroit Food Security Network
Garden Variety Harvests 
Maggie Walker Community Land Trust 
Liberation Farms 
Somali Bantu Community Association
Black Belt Justice 
Zaytuna College
Strength to Love II Farm
Good Tree Farm
Faithfull Farms
Northeast Farmers of Color 
Land Trust 
Soul Fire Farm