WHY IS AFRICAN AMERICAN LAND OWNERSHIP ON THE RISE

Updated: Oct 1, 2021

.(CNN) - In the wake of protests against racial injustice and police brutality, 19 Black families came together to purchase nearly 100 acres of land in rural Georgia in hopes of creating a safe space for Black people.


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A growing number of African American families across the U.S have began transitioning into land ownership. Many “A list“ celebrities have gone public with huge purchases of land. Maybach Music's Rick Ross spent $1 Million on 87 acres of land in in Fayetteville, Georgia naming it "Promise Land".