California’s reparations package proposes $1.2 million in payments to eligible Black residents. Here’s how that money could change lives.
Experts say Black communities deserve money — as well as green spaces, clean water, and new infrastructure.
Figuring out where public education fits in reparations is crucial. To get it right, we need the perspective of Black children and teens.
Black California residents born between 1953 and 1996 explain how getting monetary compensation for racial harms could shape their lives.
The richest 400 Americans have the wealth of about 43 million Black folks. William Darity and A. Kirsten Mullen say reparations could solve that.
Experts discuss California’s proposed reparations policies for K-12 education — and the importance of reparations in education.