40 Acres and a Mule: the Plight of Black Farmers 

The most deleterious of the effects of the industrialization of farming in the United States is the drastic decline of the small white family farmers and the near disappearance of the black family farmers. Rise and fall In 1900, there were 746,717 black farmers in the United States. In the next ten years, by 1910, More

Source: 40 Acres and a Mule: the Plight of Black Farmers – CounterPunch.org

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