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REPARATIONS LANE

“Reparations as a Method of Achieving Economic Parity” by Robert S. Browne

An excerpt from "Reparations as a Method of Achieving Economic Parity"

 “Historically, the black community has been left out, either deliberately or inadvertently, from the planning process which ahs helped to shape American society. We have been omitted individually, in the sense that black persons have not customarily been appointed to the boards and commissions which play the major role in influencing the configuration of this country. And we have been omitted as a people in that our interests have generally not been recognized as a legitimate factor to be afforded explicit consideration when major national policies were being formulated.”

To Black Paper - "Reparations as a Method of Achieving Economic Parity" by Robert S. Browne (PDF format)

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