Who grows your food? The question has been asked a lot in recent years, with a renewed emphasis on small farms, organic farming, and eating food from local sources.
The players are frequently white. Natasha Bowens knew the story was more complicated and diverse... her own family tree contains both farm slaves and farm owners.
So she set out on a multimedia project to portray farmers of color, and that led up to a new book The Color of Food: Stories of Race, Resilience and Farming.
She describes her odyssey, ranging from Navajo Nation to the Nine Ward.