California Reparations Task Force Says California State Is In Debt To Black Californians A Billion Of Dollars

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California Reparations Task Force said Black Californians could be due a billion dollars for housing discrimination, health disparities, and incarceration.

California Reparations Task Force Says California State Is In Debt To Black Californians A Billion Of Dollars
California Reparations Task Force Says California State Is In Debt To Black Californians A Billion Of Dollars (Photo: Capital Public Radio)

 

California Reparations Task Force would face a hurdle to passing any reparations proposal in the Legislature

The California Reparations Task Force began putting dollar figures to possible compensation of the state to Black Californians for the various forms of racial discrimination and generational pain. The California Reparations Task Force estimated by economic consultants may mean that billions of dollars could be compensated to Black Californians.

However, the politicians said the California Reparations Task Force indicated the reparations would be a tough case to make.

The California Reparations Task Force voted to recommend to state leaders that if California makes some form of reparations available, they can compensate Black Californians who can establish the lineage of their enslaved ancestors rather than those who are immigrants.

The payment could be in cash, grants, or other financial programs, said California Reparations Task Force.

Read Also: California Reparations Task Force Will Make Final Recommendations On How Correct The Human Rights Violations Against Black People In The State

California Reparations Task Force labeled some scenarios for which Black Californians could be eligible to receive financial reparations

The discussion of the California Reparations Task Force about reparations hasn’t been just about financial compensation.

California Reparations Task Force recommended that the state should make an apology in public. The recommendation of the California Reparations Task Force is in addition to cash payments, free college tuition, and zero-interest housing loans.

Read Also: California’s Reparations Plan: $1.2 Million Proposed For Each Black Resident

 

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