Racial Justice in Agriculture

June 16, 2020

Earlier this week, in response to the unequivocal call for racial equity we’re seeing across our country, MALT shared a number of commitments for the future. We recognize that in order to meet this historic moment, acting on the values that we hold as an organization, we must immediately accelerate — and deepen — our commitment to fostering the thriving community that we speak of and promote in all of our work. Among the commitments we shared was a promise to listen to, learn from and regularly champion the stories and perspectives of those in our field who are leading the fight for racial equity in agriculture. Here are a few organizations we want to highlight, as we get started:

We invite you to share your perspectives and your ideas as we begin the work to build a more inclusive, more just MALT.

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