Justice Film Block
Total Running Time: 83 min
LOCATION: Araceli Farms – 7389 Pitt School Road, Dixon
Bring your own chair & bring a jacket and/or blankets – it cools off at night
Bring a picnic!
Against the Wind (5min 56sec) [Directed by Hollis Bennett]
In a year marked by tragedy, the farmers of Iowa face down one of the most destructive storms in US History. This is a story of loss but also perseverance and the indomitable human spirit.
Grass Farmers (17min 32sec) [Directed by Chad Galloway]
Did you know that it’s possible for cattle production to be green? Like, green, green? As in, carbon sink green? It’s a pretty simple concept called regenerative agriculture that involves making soil health a top priority. Because healthier soils means healthier grass, healthier cattle and ultimately a much healthier earth.
I’m Just a Layman in Pursuit of Justice (59min 44sec) [Directed by Shoun A. Hill, Waymon Hinson]
“I’m Just a Layman in Pursuit of Justice”, chronicles the injustices of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, also known as ‘the last plantation,’ and the lived experiences of Black farmers who chose to fight against discrimination.
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