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Has the Historical Oppression of the Black (watermelon) Farmer in the United States Weakened America’s True Farming Capabilities? (Part III)

This article examines the history and present-day impact of discriminatory practices against Black farmers in the United States, including the Pigford v. Glickman case, and profiles a number of successful Black farmers, including Abraham Carpenter, Charles Guidry, and Phil Haynie.