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Fannie Lou Hamer and Her Dream for Jobs and Freedom

Fannie Lou Hamer speaks at the Democratic National Convention on August 22, 1964, at the Credentials Committee.

In an era when people across the country are asking, “Where are the Black women leaders?” activists like Fannie Lou Hamer serve as a reminder of how many rural Black women have always been strong leaders.

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India’s Newest Landowners Signal a Sprouting Revolution

Photo: Landesa

One year ago, India’s first-ever Women’s Land Rights Facilitation Center opened in Odisha State. This month, 150 local women were approved to receive the titles to their land. There has been increased global momentum around women, land, and farming but for all the talk, will there be the walk? 

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Slavery in the Home and Out in the Fields

Today’s federal government and most state regimes have largely failed to prevent the abuses and mistreatment of household employees and agricultural laborers.

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