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The Case for Black Reparations (1973)

Reparations Roundtable: On Boris Bittker’s The Case for Black Reparations

It is difficult to imagine a more eloquent or persuasive case for African American reparations than Ta-Nehisi Coates’s recent essay for The Atlantic.[1] If you haven’t yet, please read it. You will be very happy you did, if stricken, no doubt, with the painful sense that the injuries of history demand real, tangible, material recompense. Read more