Mama Africa, 03/20/2013
Interview: Mukhtar Idhow talks about the history of the project New American Sustainable Agriculture Project (NASAP) within the Organization For Refugee and Immigrant Success (ORIS) and the importance of low-income access to locally grown foodstuffs. Education of the farmers about leadership and in-house training for better inclusion of the community in the guidance of the project.
Call-in: None in this episode instead a Coda about the history of food and farming in the African-American community and programs trying to improve it for the future.
WMPG, community radio, college radio, New American Sustainable Agriculture Project (NASAP), Organization For Refugee and Immigrant Success (ORIS), Mukhtar Idhow, agriculture, refugees, immigrants, Somali Bantu, food insecurity, community farmer’s market, New Hampshire
African American Studies | Radio
Whitten, Keita, "Mama Africa, 03/20/2013" (2013). Mama Africa. 23.