55 min

35: Rhythms of the Land (feat. Dr. Gail P. Myers‪)‬ The Afro Beets Podcast

    • Food

This week on the podcast, we have Dr. Gail P. Myers a cultural anthropologist who earned her Doctorate in Anthropology from Ohio State University. She is the Co-founder of Farms to Grow,  which is dedicated to working with Black farmers and underserved sustainable farmers around the country and bridging that gap between the generations. One of her projects I’m most excited about is the launch of the multimedia documentary project called Rhythms of the Land. This documentary honors the Black US farmers, sharecroppers, and gardeners to spotlight the connection between biological and cultural diversity connecting us to our roots, especially for our future farmers, and youth.

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This week on the podcast, we have Dr. Gail P. Myers a cultural anthropologist who earned her Doctorate in Anthropology from Ohio State University. She is the Co-founder of Farms to Grow,  which is dedicated to working with Black farmers and underserved sustainable farmers around the country and bridging that gap between the generations. One of her projects I’m most excited about is the launch of the multimedia documentary project called Rhythms of the Land. This documentary honors the Black US farmers, sharecroppers, and gardeners to spotlight the connection between biological and cultural diversity connecting us to our roots, especially for our future farmers, and youth.

Want to continue the conversation on this week's episode and see the video?

Join the Conversation after listening to this episode with The Afro Beets Podcast Community Group.

Want to start growing your own food?

Sign up for our email list to receive a FREE at-home beginner growing checklist.

Want to get the word out about the podcast?

Connect with us on Instagram and Twitter.

Subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Leave a Rating and Review.

Want to learn more about our guest?

Get more information about Dr. Myers on her website.

Check out the trailer for Rhythms of the Land.


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/afrobeets/message

55 min