Natalie Baszile

author of “Queen Sugar” and founder of Black Harvest Fund

Natalie Baszile on KCRW

In her new book “ We Are Each Other’s Harvest ,” author Natalie Baszile brings together the narratives and histories of Black farmers in America.

‘We Are Each Other’s Harvest’: African American farmers, land, and legacy

In her new book “ We Are Each Other’s Harvest ,” author Natalie Baszile brings together the narratives and histories of Black farmers in America.

from Good Food

More from KCRW

This episode was supported in large part by FOUND/LA, supporting local entrepreneurs with funding, education, and community.

from Greater LA

Street vendors are an essential part of Los Angeles’ history and its economy.

from UnFictional

Metrolink is now powering its trains with recycled natural oils from Singapore and Finland, which it says will cut carbon emissions by up to 80%. But that doesn’t make it sustainable.

from Greater LA

Panelists discuss who should make the rules about masking, whether America is doing enough to ease the war in Ukraine, and what kinds of lessons kids should receive on gender.

from Left, Right & Center

Inglewood residents are upset about a plan to close a local elementary school. But with enrollment down statewide, communities will likely see more permanent campus shutdowns.

from Greater LA

Elon Musk is buying Twitter, social media seems to corrode democracy, and Kevin McCarthy’s Jan. 6 lie could compromise his bid to be speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives.

from Left, Right & Center

The “South Los Angeles” neighborhood didn’t exist until the early 2000s when the city changed the name of the area to wash away the stigma linked to the LA Riots.

from KCRW Features

SoCal Congressman Adam Schiff says he’s returned from Ukraine with a deeper understanding of the unfolding humanitarian crisis in the war-torn country.

from KCRW Features

In the film “Master,” three Black women are haunted by ghosts and institutional racism at a predominantly white liberal arts college.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand