WATCH Janus speaks about the show, its' name and hers.
Emmy Award-winning journalist, historian, and publisher, Dr. Janus Adams is the author of eleven books. An entrepreneur, she is the founder of BackPax, a children’s publishing company; and Harambee, the first national book club for African American literature and culture, which changed the publishing landscape for authors and audiences.
NPR’s first National Arts Correspondent, a news commentator and pioneer of issue-oriented Black and women’s programming, she has hosted her own radio and television talk shows for more than ten years.
Features: a tractor parade; film, "The Changing Face of Agriculture"
Guests: farm owners and workers, Mid-Atlantic Wellbeing - Diaspora Herbs Initiative,