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About the Foundation

The Greg A. Francis Just Harvest Foundation was created to start a conversation that goes beyond reparations to address the very foundations of our culture.

Greg wrote the book, Just Harvest: The Story of How Black Farmers Won the Largest Civil Rights Case Against the U.S. Government, as a way to not only shine a light on the egregious discrimination that was perpetrated against Black American farmers but because he felt that in order to truly be a part of the solution to racial inequity, one must first understand its history.

Most people have no idea what real justice would even look like. It is not something that you can simply write a check for and receive justice. Besides, how do you put a price tag on that? It requires a greater effort to change the heart and revolutionize the core of ourselves and our country. 

Greg believes that we can realize true justice and ensure an end to racial discrimination by focusing on 3 pillars. We must:

  1. Prioritize and invest in the infrastructure of the Black family
  2. Encourage education
  3. Jumpstart new Black-owned businesses and increase support of those already existing

To this end, the Greg A. Francis Just Harvest Foundation is partnering with other organizations focused on similar ideas and goals.  

If you would like to know more about how you can get involved and help bring about true justice and true change in our society, please click the button below.

Together we can plant the seeds, water the crop, and reap a bountiful JUST HARVEST.




Foundation Founder


Awarded the Vince Monroe Townsend Legends Award by the National Bar Association for historic leadership in the area of Civil Rights and designated as a Game Changer by Politic365, Greg A. Francis currently serves as lead counsel for the historic Black Farmers case. This national class action challenged the ongoing disparate treatment of Black Farmers across the United States resulting in a $1.25 billion dollar settlement.

"This has been their plight: to live in the richest nation on earth, amidst some of the most fertile soil on the planet, and not have enough to eat, not be able to feed their families, and not for want of trying".

Greg Francis


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