Black voices in agriculture: NAACP brings attention to a forgotten group of farmers

Webster Davis, Secretary to Missouri's NAACP chapter, and a black farmer, talks about challenges and progress in the agricultural community. Davis focuses on new legislation at the federal level introduced by Cory Booker and co-sponsored by many progressive senators in Congress.

Webster Davis, Secretary to Missouri's NAACP chapter, and a black farmer, talks about challenges and progress in the agricultural community. Davis focuses on new legislation at the federal level introduced by Cory Booker and co-sponsored by many progressive senators in Congress. Webster talks about the difficulty of finding markets, faced by all small farmers, and expresses hopefulness about the progress of bringing new voices to the agricultural system.