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Sohnie Black

Sohnie Black joined the F4DC staff in 2012 as a community organizer. A native of Winston-Salem, she has lived in Greensboro for 35 years. Sohnie brings with her a lifelong passion for justice and community organizing. At F4DC she focuses on food access, democratic ownership of natural resources, and ecological sustainability. Sohnie is deeply involved in the Renaissance Community Co-op project with our partners in Northeast Greensboro. She believes great cities are built through organized and empowered neighborhoods that are resilient, sustainable and democratic. When she’s not organizing she can be found at home, reading and involved in a myriad of home improvement and home décor projects.

 
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When Renaissance Community Co-op (RCC) opened in October of 2016 in Greensboro, NC, it fulfilled the need for a grocery store in a community that had not had one in...
When Renaissance Community Co-op (RCC) opened in October of 2016 in Greensboro, NC, it fulfilled the need for a grocery store in a community that had not had one in...

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