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D.C. could be the next municipality to offer reparations to African Americans

Demanding racial equity Aligning finance with people and planet

DC is taking its rightful place in the rising tide of cities who are designing and deploying comprehensive strategies to achieve reparative justice for all Black people in America. Our capacity for paying reparations and living by the ethics of reparative justice will not only provide redress for the historical and ongoing harms experienced by Black folks, but they also might serve as the redefined values necessary to save America’s precarious democratic experiment. Given this, Washington, DC is just the place to model and live into this future.” -Ronnie Galvin, V.P. Racial Equity and the Democratic Economy at The Democracy Collaborative

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Publication date: 2020-10-07
Publisher: LocalDMV.com
Publication URL: D.C. could be the next municipality to offer reparations to African Americans

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