“You take two or three bites, and you’re like ‘oh, it’s nice and sweet,’” he said. “And then the third bite hits you in the back in the back of the throat!” Michael Smith laughed. “Then you think... ‘oh, there it is!’”
The Tougaloo Agri-Growth Initiative is an endeavor that gives students hands-on experience and employment, offers the food desert community surrounding the school access to fresh produce, and also supports the college.
"Until the scarcity of financial resources is mitigated and people are given the tools necessary to live lives with dignity, there will always be a degree of criminal activity," Julian Miller said, Tougaloo College Assistant Professor of Political Science.
But God Ministries spoke with Melissa Faith Payne about their Haitian experiences, their work that’s happening right now in the country, and why the ministry says, “it’s not the time to quit in Haiti.”