Sankofa Farming

a black wombyn farming.
learning from the past in building the future.
"you can't free yourself til you can feed yourself."

photo of Kalinga Women, in the central Cordillera on the island of Luzon, Philippines, planting rice. (tashic)
" According to the FAO, women produce 70% of the food on earth but they are marginalized and oppressed by neoliberalism and patriarchy."
"The land belongs to those who cultivate it" View high resolution

photo of Kalinga Women, in the central Cordillera on the island of Luzon, Philippines, planting rice. (tashic)

" According to the FAO, women produce 70% of the food on earth but they are marginalized and oppressed by neoliberalism and patriarchy."

"The land belongs to those who cultivate it"

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    I planted rice like this once. I only did it for a day, it was so hard. Looking back, I wonder if we did it well- or did...
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