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Occupy the Farm: a Struggle for Land Sovereignty
Tiffany Tsang
Occupy the Farm (OTF), an assembly of activists of the East Bay focused on a future of food sovereignty through sustainable agriculture, is once again raising its voice against unsustainable development, reclaiming a piece of the Albany Gill Tract that is slated for commercial development by Sprouts "Farmers Market". The Gill Tract, previously the epicenter of sustainable urban agricultural research and a thriving educational space, has been a battleground in recent years as development plans have met repeated resistance from OTF and others fighting for land sovereignty.

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