Dignity in Farming

Dignity in Farming

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Across cultures, one can find many differences in the way people act, think and talk, but one thing all cultures have in common is a connection to food—and, therefore, agriculture. Booker T. Washington, a educational leader in the early days of American slaves’ emancipation, reminds us of this in his quote above.

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