The socially disadvantaged farmer is in a perpetual struggle to maintain farmland in the United States of America. Land possession among this social group has declined at a high rate well into the 21st century. Government programs and banking industry components have played a crucial role for the disadvantaged farmers who are losing their farmland due to illicit business practices, ignorance, and greed. The small American farmer has endured discrimination, poverty, pest infestation, industrialization, and indelible hardships that have persisted for many generations. Their survival depends on the virtues in which our country fought and stands for.
Socially Disadvantaged ...