Allensworth, California’s first all-Black town established in 1908, is in Tulare County, encircled by vast farmlands. For years, the once-prosperous farming community has grappled with environmental challenges, food deserts, and the impacts of systemic racism.
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When I first moved to Pescadero, the space where I lived was a safe haven for black widow spiders.
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When I moved to California after graduating from college, I did so with one desire: to do something about climate change. I thought climate change was something we needed to fix.