A POC-led Community Land Trust located in Ohoopee and Upper Ogeechee watersheds near the Fall Line where Piedmont meets the Coastal Plain. In the pre-colonial period a habitat of Longleaf pine with a diverse ground cover of herbs and shrubs.
It is the ancestral land of the Cherokee in the historic region of the Creek Confederacy. It is also where generations of people of African descent endured chattel slavery and cultural genocide and who continue to endure racial and religious discrimination, voter suppression, and State-sanctioned violence.
Our Community Land Trust is dedicated to healing the land, ourselves, and the community in which we live. We serve the poor and disenfranchised by sharing our land, skills, tools, and cooperation in the mutual pursuit for self-sufficiency and self-determination.
Friends of Hijrah Society
Friends of Hijrah Society are voting members of our community land trust. To learn more about the trust and our mission enter your name and e-mail address above and click on learn more, wasalaam.