In 1942 rural southwest Georgia, white preacher Clarence Jordan founded the Koinonia Farm, a commune based on the Christian principles of nonviolence, sharing and racial equality. Through interviews and archival footage, this documentary tracks the history of the farm from its beginnings to its 21st century challenges. The constant target of racist groups during the C
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Have you watched Briars in the Cotton Patch: Story of Koinonia Farm yet? What did you think about it?