A coalition of black farmers from Memphis, Tennessee have started a class action lawsuit against Stine Seed Co, alleging that black farmers were given defective seeds with lower yields compared to white farmers. Stine denied the allegations.
A coalition of black farmers from Memphis, Tennessee have started a class action lawsuit against Stine Seed Co, alleging that black farmers were given defective seeds with lower yields compared to white farmers. Stine denied the allegations. WMC Broadcast/Screenshot
A coalition of black farmers from Memphis, Tennessee have started a class action lawsuit against Stine Seed Co, alleging that black farmers were given defective seeds with lower yields compared to white farmers. Stine denied the allegations. WMC Broadcast/Screenshot

Black farmers were sold ‘weaponized’ seed, and racism may be to blame, lawsuit says

July 11, 2018 12:21 PM