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Ben Crump Files Class-Action Suit Against U.S. Gov’t on Behalf of Black Farmers

Renowned civil rights attorney Ben Crump, informally known as “Black America’s Attorney General,” announced Wednesday a class-action suit against the U.S. government on behalf of the National Black Farmers Association.
The lawsuit comes amid findings that Black farmers lost about $326 billion of land in America because of discrimination during the 20th century.
During the announcement of the suit on the National Mall in Washington, Crump and the farmers claimed the federal government breached its contract with socially disadvantaged farmers under the American Rescue Plan Act.