Market power and corporate consolidation have increased in recent decades, concentrating economic and political power among fewer corporations across the country. This report examines the implications of market power in the agricultural sector–particularly in crop production, animal production, and animal slaughtering. Market power, deeply intertwined with economic inequality and structural racism, contributes to low pay, dangerous working conditions, and other harms to workers of color.
A Growing Problem: How Market Power in Agriculture Fuels Racial & Economic Inequality
by Areeba Haider, Adiam Tesfaselassie, Siddhartha Aneja and Sierra Wilson | Apr 29, 2022 | Report