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Riley Neiders and her horse Homer attract the attention of Rainier Beach resident Lamaya Barron. (Matt Mills McKnight/KUOW)
Riley Neiders and her horse Homer attract the attention of Rainier Beach resident Lamaya Barron. (Matt Mills McKnight/KUOW)
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Seattle, like many big cities, is suffering from the growing pains of gentrification. As land values keep going up, some people are feeling the pressure to leave.

Joshua McNichols of Here & Now contributor KUOW takes a look at one Seattle community that's home to a large minority population — and the city's last big family farm.

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Joshua McNichols, reporter for KUOW in Seattle. He tweets @joshuamcnichols.

This segment aired on October 6, 2016.

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