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Only in Texas: Man Tackles Food Injustice with Undeveloped Farm in the Hood – Video Find out how this man plans on bettering the entire nation

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Recently, we here at coiski were “invited” to an undeveloped urban farm located on the East Side of Austin, Texas. A man by the named Wilton Smith is currently fighting for food injustice following the death of his father who passed away from cancer. Smith believes his dad is a victim of food injustice and has plans to affect the hoods all around the nation from a nutritional standpoint by growing organic foods right in the middle of the ghetto.

Check out our mini-tour of his unestablished farm, and find out, specifically, how he plans on bettering the entire nation.

Also, view how we created aspects of this video below.

George Kiel

2 comments

  • This man is a heartless and vile rapist. He is not tackling food insecurity in Austin, no one knows his name. He is co-opting the work of other Black Austin leaders and naming it as his own.

    Wilton Smith AKA Moses Smith

    • Black leadership in Austin? Heartless and vile… this is very special. All the work that went into building the undeveloped farm; I did. No blueprints or ideas of its fabrication came from any other person. I only wish that black leaders might consider doing the same. Whoever you are harlo… I wish you well with your endeavors and whatever you hoped to accomplish with your post. Bless

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