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California To Set Up Task Force To Examine Slavery Reparations

Authored by Rick Moran via PJMedia.com,

The California Assembly will vote before Monday on a state Senate bill that creates a task force to look at the question of slavery reparations. The measure passed the state Senate in a bipartisan vote.

This is a surprise. California was a free state when it entered the Union in 1850 as a result of the Compromise of 1850. But now we’re told there was “chattel slavery” in California.

Well… sorta.

Although California before the Civil War was officially a free state, Mitchell listed legal and judicial steps state officials took at the time to support slavery in Southern states while repressing Blacks.

But what about the fact that white people alive today had nothing to do with slavery?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

That last question is a large one to me.

And then there is the question of how these reparations will be dispersed; will it simply be a check, written by the State of California, to individuals, or will it be part of a multi-disciplinary program, offering educational, literacy programs, computer literacy programs, counseling to change life-style issues which may be holding people back?!?

The second approach makes more sense to me, but will that wind up making Black Californians more angry?!? I can't tell you, but there is one thing the state of California will not do; that would be tracking how the reparations money will be spent.

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