This is a space for Black/Land Conversations: conversations withinblack communities about the relationship between black people, land, and place. Like our Black/Land individual and group interviews, these Black/Land conversations ask us to think deeply about specific questions. Because the purpose of the Black/Land Project is to share the powerful traditions of resourcefulness, resilience and regeneration that reside in black communities, our discussions tend to focus on assets and strengths, even as we acknowledge trauma and struggle.
Please keep your discussion posts respectful; on topic; and brief. Welcome!