Rashod Taylor

Photographer
   
ProPublica: Conservationists See Rare Nature Sanctuaries. Black Farmers See a Legacy Bought Out From Under Them.
Location: Springfield, MO
Nationality: American
Biography: Rashod Taylor is a contemporary photographer whose work is a window into the Black American experience. Taylor attended Murray State University and earned a Bachelor's degree in Art with a specialization in Fine Art Photography. Most recently... MORE
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ProPublica: Conservationists See Rare Nature Sanctuaries. Black Farmers See a Legacy Bought Out From Under Them.
Copyright Rashod Taylor 2022
Updated Jun 2022
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Conservationists See Rare Nature Sanctuaries. Black Farmers See a Legacy Bought Out From Under Them.
In Pembroke, the well-intended efforts of mostly white nature conservationists overlook one thing: The township’s Black farming community has never fully supported them. Now, a generations-old way of life is threatened by the push for conservation.
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