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Most Minn. growers white, and alter doesn’t come painless

Most Minn. growers white, and alter doesn’t come painless

— Glen Stubbe, Superstar Tribune

RUTLEDGE, Minn. — Two Pine region facilities, around 40 kilometers aside as the crow flies, are on face-to-face side of an argument over racial discrimination in U.S. farming that’s flaring anew but features deep root for the nation’s record.

Outside of the small town of Rutledge, Harold Robinson and Angela Dawson joined up with Minnesota’s tiny roster of Black farmland holders some time ago with a 40-acre land acquisition which they built into limited hemp farm and cooperative without national assistance. The acreage was actually symbolic: “Forty miles and a Mule” had been a post-Civil battle army coverage that fleetingly transmitted ownership of farmland to individuals free of bondage.