More than 150 years since the end of slavery, racial inequality is still evident in the United States. Black Americans have an average household wealth just a tenth of white families, face housing and banking discrimination, and higher policing. Reparations for slavery is either a path towards equality or a path to further division.
No, there should not be reparations for slaveryShow moreShow less
The logistics, ethics, and effects of reparations are troubling. Reparations are impractical and divisive in practice.