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Magic City Agriculture Project
Magic City Agriculture Project's mission is to engage in value-based community organizing to reweave the threads of the community, develop sustainable urban agriculture as a solution for economic and food justice, and to dismantle racism.
Category: Non-Profit
Location: Birmingham, AL
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October 18, 2015 07:39 PM PDT

Hosted by Majadi Baruti and Zac Henson, in this program we discussed Community Land Trusts and very specifically the founding of the Dynamite Hill-Smithfield Community Land Trust by Susan Diane Mitchell

Featuring Susan Diane Mitchell, Board Member of MCAP and
Robert Burton Executive. Director of MCAP

Donate NOW!!! To be a part of this historical and powerful work!!!


August 23, 2015 07:56 PM PDT

Hosted by Zac Henson and Majadi Baruti of Magic City Agriculture Project, This program features discussion with Shirah Robinson of Black Lives Matter, and during our second half a powerful round table discussion Featuring Susan Diane Mitchell of Magic City Agriculture Project and Camille Burroughs of Black Lives Matter.

July 09, 2015 12:39 AM PDT

Susan Diane Mitchell is a Writer, Cultural and Literary Theorist, Activist, Mother, and new volunteer with Magic City Agriculture Project. Ms. Mitchell discusses with us her work in Sacred Water Consciousness, poverty as genocide, and the sovereignty of Black Women.

Hosted by Dr. Zac Henson and Rev. Majadi Baruti

Sponsored by Revolutionary Consulting

May 26, 2015 10:11 AM PDT

In this program we feature a discussion with the new President of MCAP, Atty Richard Rice. We discuss the forward movement of MCAP and the new venture called Revolutionary Consulting by Dr. Zac Henson <http://www.drzachenson.com>.

In the second segment of the show, we discuss the controversial statements by Scott Buttram Publisher of the Trussville Tribune towards Community Activist and Student Scholar Martez Files.

April 29, 2015 11:20 AM PDT

Hosted by Zac Henson and Majadi Baruti of MCAP, we present to you.. Divine Mind of One House an organization of brilliant spirits and powerful hearts, organized to empower families to achieve lifelong successes by contributing and facilitating direct services that provide positive solutions for the black community. Please look them up on Facebook


and visit Magic City Agriculture Project's website to support this crucial work....

April 13, 2015 06:05 AM PDT

Hosted by Majadi Baruti and Zac Henson of Magic City Agriculture Project. This show features the publisher of Weld For Birmingham, Mark Kelly. Poverty, Economics, Public Transportation and race are among the provocative topics discussed.

Weld For Birmingham

Magic City Agriculture Project

April 10, 2015 01:00 AM PDT

The inaugural show for the Magic City Agriculture Project, Hosted by Majadi Baruti and Dr. Zac Henson.

Magic City Agriculture Project's formula for community development is based on the combination of community organizing, anti-racism, and urban agriculture.


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