Writer Latria Graham Reads an Emotional Farewell

“A Dream Uprooted” is an article written by Latria Graham about the struggle of losing her family farm. Here, she tells the story and reflects on this loss and her connection to the land she will no longer call hers.

Writer Latria Graham Reads an Emotional Farewell

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