Over the years, many African-Americans have advocated for reparations to descendants of slaves. In response, many whites have argued that reparations cannot be made for various reasons. The most prominent reasons are that it would be too difficult to determine who was harmed and identifying the descendants, and the cost for reparations would be too …
Dr. Maruice Mangum is an associate professor in the department of Political Science at Texas Southern University.
Because of your skin color, you are not systematically targeted for unfair, unequal treatment. Because of your skin color, you are often the beneficiary of unfair, unequal treatment. While white people believe they do not bear any responsibility for slavery and the vestiges of past discrimination and racism, they benefit from the institu
As the decendants of slaves are traced downwards, the decendants of slave owners and traders must also be traced and be held accountable to these victims and be made to those reparations!