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Kelly Carlisle on her East Oakland farm, Acta Non Verba. (Courtesy Acta Non Verba)
Kelly Carlisle on her East Oakland farm, Acta Non Verba. (Courtesy Acta Non Verba)
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Black farmers have long faced extra hurdles in producing and growing food.

Racist lending practices, lost land and an aging population of farmers have led some to ask, what is the future of the black farm? Some are concluding that it might just be found in the city.

Sandhya Dirks (@sandhyadirks) from Here & Now contributor KQED reports.

This segment aired on November 3, 2016.

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