SOURCE: Washington Post
Black Family's Success in Recovering California Land Could Spark National Land Return Movement
"Activists and scholars say there are other similar cases nationwide, but proving them — and getting the current property owners to cooperate — will be a different matter."
How a Black Family Got Their Beach Back
The historic Bruce's Beach case is inspiring social justice leaders and reparations activists to fight for other Black families whose ancestors were also victims of land theft in the United States.
SOURCE: The New Yorker
California’s Novel Attempt at Land Reparations
Los Angeles County will return title to land that once was "Bruce's Beach," one of the only Southern California oceanfront resorts welcoming Black visitors, to the descendants of the owners from whom the property was taken by eminent domain in 1927.
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