Rhythms of the Land film screening
A Love Story of Land and Family
Friday, May 5, 2023
In 1920, there were over 920,000 Black families farming in the United States, although the majority were sharecroppers and tenant farmers. Today there are just over 48,697, a 95% decrease in 100 years. Dr. Gail P. Myers created this documentary to preserve their stories and honor their lives and agrarian legacies. INFAS is hosting an on-line screening and a discussion with Dr. Myers following the film. Advance registration is required.