Black Farmers Mull Over Settlement

Morgan, Ken
December 1998
New York Amsterdam News;12/10/98, Vol. 89 Issue 50, p6
Focuses on Afro-American farmers' plan to settle a lawsuit based on the United States Department of Agriculture's long-time discrimination against Afro-American farmers. Standards of eligibility to be plaintiffs; Two groups of plaintiffs.


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