Quarterly Keynote feat. Ebonie Alexander of the Black Family Land Trust

Wednesday 15 December 2021

Join PEC for a discussion about efforts to retain and protect Black-owned farms and family lands.


In the years between 1920 and 2017, the number of Black-owned farms in the U.S. dropped from more than 900,000 to less than 50,000; their acreage shrank from between 16-19 million to just 2.5 million. Black families who own land today and want to protect it continue to face challenges related to a legacy of discrimination and involuntary dispossession.

Join PEC Director of State Policy Dan Holmes and Black Family Land Trust Executive Director Ebonie Alexander for the fourth webinar in PEC’s Quarterly Keynote series, a virtual conversation about efforts to retain and conserve Black-owned farms and family lands.

*This event is free for PEC members. Suggested donation of $10 for non-members.

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