Meet Who You Support

Kevin Hicks

Founder & Vol. Executive Director of Triangle Bikeworks

A youth serving nonprofit who’s mission is to strengthen the power of youth who are Black, Latine, Asian, Indigenous, and People Of Color to overcome challenges, achieve audacious goals, and discover their true selves.

Marquetta “Que” Dickens

CEO of Freedom Org

A Community Development Corporation. Our focus is to assist traditionally under resourced communities as well as individual community members to discover their own freedoms. This includes harnessing their collective power through historical preservation, economic development, education, community engagement, and agriculture.


Kendrick Ransome

CEO of Golden Organic Farm

Offering a more sustainable and healthier choice of fruit, vegetable and meat products that are locally grown and harvested here in North Carolina.

Triangle Bikeworks

Theory of Change

Marquetta Dickens: Michael’s Angels Girls Club Luncheon

The Young Black Farmers Defying A Legacy of Discrimination

Additional Information

Reparations Map

Reparations & Rematriation for Black-Indigenous Farmers

The food system was built on the stolen land and stolen labor of Indigenous, Black, Latinx, Asian and people of color. We are claiming our sovereignty and calling for rematriation of land and reparations of resources so that we can grow nourishing food and distribute it in our communities and reconnect the original peoples back to our ancestral homelands. The specific projects and resource needs of BIPOC land-based projects are listed here. We are so excited about this powerful opportunity for people to people solidarity. It’s simple. If you have resources, contact the project directly to share.

Please contact us at [email protected] with your reparations success stories so we can celebrate this healing work with you.

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