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UNPOPULAR OPINION: Protests Are Not Enough to End Racism — We Need Reparations

Recently, the Congressional Black Caucus joined the nation in protest against police brutality. More than a dozen of its members marched down to the Department of Justice last month to demand federal intervention to end the killing of unarmed Black American citizens by police. Across the... Continue reading
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