Black farmers worry new approach on ‘race neutral’ lending leaves them in the shadows
Farmers of color across the country, who’d been promised debt cancelation as part of a special program to address racial disparity in lending, rejoiced when they received letters in 2021 in the mail that said their loans with the Agriculture Department would be canceled.
And then, for over a year, there was nothing.
Ximena Bustillo February 26, 2023
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