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Rooting Out Structural Racism in American Agriculture

3 Sep 2020

Rooting Out Structural Racism in American Agriculture

6:00pm - 8:00pm

Watch a recording of this event here.

Hosted by the Center for Agriculture and Food Systems, the next installment in Vermont Law School's Embedded Racism in the Law Panel Series brings together lawyers fighting structural racism in agriculture. Join us to discuss Black land loss, the connection between agriculture and environmental justice, and the role of lawyers in rooting out racism in the food system.

Panelists:

Monica Armster Rainge, Esq
Director of Land Retention and Advocacy, Federation of Southern Cooperatives/Land Assistance Fund

Stephen Carpenter
Deputy Director and Senior Staff Attorney, Farmers' Legal Action Group

Sherri White-Williamson JD/MERL'18
Environmental Justice Policy Director, North Carolina Conservation Network

Rooting Out Structural Racism in American Agriculture

 

Watch the past events in Embedded Racism in the Law Panel Discussion Series.

Questions? Concerns? Contact Theresa Johnson at tjohnson@vermontlaw.edu