Judge Approves Black Farmers' Settlement

May 1999
Jet;05/03/99, Vol. 95 Issue 22, p37
Reports that Judge Paul L. Friedman has approved a settlement for thousands of black farmers, despite protests from some that the deal with the United States Department of Agriculture to redress years of discrimination failed to go far enough.


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