New York Times: The Land of Our Fathers

Oct 04, 2019

The New York Times podcast for the 1619 Project covers the plight of the Provost family, one of the last remaining African-American sugarcane farmers in Louisiana.  HFA represents the Provosts in an action against First Guaranty Bank and its senior vice president for engaging in a pattern of discrimination and fraud that cost the Provosts their livelihood.

The podcast can be heard by clicking any of the below links:

Via Apple Podcasts | Via Google Podcasts | Via Stitcher


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