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Farmer puts social justice, land access at the center of operation
by Allie Hymas
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20 October 2020
On 20 October 2020 Eco Farming Daily reported:
'The best way to predict the future is to have an understanding of your past.' Kamal Bell, a middle school teacher and farmer, stands on a TEDx stage at North Carolina State University. 'Sankofa is a term that comes out of the Akan language in West Africa that translates, 'to go back and get.'' Rooted in a mindfulness of Black history, as well as a desire to nurture and grow the Black community in Durham and Orange Counties, Bell and his team at Sankofa Farms are on a dual mission. The 2.5 acres of vegetable production and 35 beehives provide nutrition to food-insecure communities, while the operations provide a setting for Kamal to teach five Black students leadership, teamwork and personal development as they learn how to farm.
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