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Reparations, Rebranded

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The Washington Post

This article focuses on House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn's 10-20-30 plan, where at least 10 percent of federal funding is allocated to counties where 20 percent of the population has lived below the poverty line for 30 years or more. It considers how and if this re-investment in impoverished communities can be considered reparations for slavery.

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Published on 04/20/2021