Cornelius Key, the son and grandson of sharecroppers, does something that was denied to his ancestors: He farms land that he owns. On 400 acres in Baker County, Georgia, he raises peanuts, corn, and cattle. Growing up, Key, 64, remembers that his father would often work the entire year on ground parceled out by the … Continue reading After Years of Injustice, Black Farmers Had a Shot at Debt Relief. Then Stephen Miller Stepped In.
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