Herbert White

Editor, Charlotte Post

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Editor of the Charlotte Post, a weekly newspaper serving the black community

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The Obama Administration yesterday announced a  $1.25 billion settlement  over racial bias in the USDA loan program.

Black Farmers Get Settlement: Too Little, Too Late?

The Obama Administration yesterday announced a $1.25 billion settlement over racial bias in the USDA loan program.

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