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In 1920, one in every seven farmers in the United States was Black. Together, they owned nearly 15 million acres. By 1982, however, Black farmers numbered one in 67, together owning only 3.1 million acres.
(1) Racism, violence and massive migration from the rural South to the industrialized North caused a steady decline in the number of Black farmers.