SOURCE: NY Times
“It’s legislation that we think has finally reached its moment,” said Representative Sheila Jackson Lee, the chief sponsor of the measure.
The House Hearing on Slavery Reparations Is Part of a Long History. Here's What to Know on the Idea's Tireless Early Advocates
by Arica L. Coleman
The debate about reparations for slavery is not a new one — and the history of the idea shows just how many roadblocks there are to a meaningful conversation about the topic.
SOURCE: Chronicle of Higher Education
"The reparations conversation is much more layered and much more nuanced than people realize," Daina Ramey Berry said.
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