➡ Start your day with a bowl of great conversation and a cup of laughter! ☕️😁 💑 After getting married, Nicole and Prax quit their jobs in the Philippines to set out on an adventure! 🌴 They relocated to Bali. Lived as retirees at the age of 29. And explored life beyond the confines of their home, job, and identity. 🌱 A year after their adventure of self-discovery, they went home to begin a new chapter - a family. 💎 As they continue their journey, they'd like to share the nuggets of truths the ...
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The global peasant leader and food sovereignty activist Elizabeth Mpofu speaks to us about growing up in a farming family in Zimbabwe, practicing climate resilient agriculture, and how rural women are impacted by Covid-19. Mpofu is General Coordinator of the international peasant confederation La Vía Campesina and founder and chairperson of the Zimbabwe Smallholder Organic Farmers Forum (ZIMSOFF). This conversation was part of the Hunger for Justice series from A Growing Culture. View the full broadcast at: http://www.agrowingculture.org/hfj/