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U.S Congress set to hold historic talks and votes on slavery reparations next week

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Congress is set to for the first time in full capacity discuss reparations on a federal level for the acts the American government committed against generations and centuries of Black people in the United States. According to The Mail, Rep Jerry Nadler is leading the discussions over reparations which arguably likely would lead into the descendants of slaves today.

Reparations would more than likely be provided to descendants simply because racism and slavery in the United States didn’t just ruin the lives of those before modern Black it ruined generations that followed the past versions of families that lived in the country.

‘The historic markup of HR 40 is intended to continue a national conversation about how to confront the brutal mistreatment of African Americans during chattel slavery, Jim Crow segregation, and the enduring structural racism that remains endemic to our society today,’ House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler said in a statement Friday.


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