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For as long as she can remember, Camille Goldmon has loved reading about history. Her own research interests lie in modern US history. Goldmon specifically examines African American farmers in the US South. Traditionally, she explains, land ownership has been a way to guarantee freedom and exercise the rights of full citizenship. However, many Black farmers have faced systemic barriers and challenges to owning and keeping land. This is a history Goldmon’s own family has lived, including her father. “I come from a long line of farmers. I wanted to know about what they’ve dealt with, how they’ve dealt with it, and, frankly, why they’ve continued to farm,” she says.  

Camille Goldmon
Camille Goldmon
History PhD Candidate, Laney Graduate School

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