Napa's first Black woman winemaker; Rest as a form of resistance

Napa's first Black woman winemaker; Rest as a form of resistance

By NPR

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Thursday, 21 April

Victoria Coleman is blazing a trail in the world of California winemaking. She's the first Black woman to be named a head winemaker in Napa Valley, at Lobo Wines. She joins us. And, Tricia Hersey, founder of The Nap Ministry, talks about why prioritizing rest is a form of resistance.
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