Clyde Ross The Case For Reparations Summary

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“The Case for Reparations” tells the story of which African Americas have been discriminated against when it comes to real estate ever since they were able to gain their freedom. Throughout history white people had prayed on the fact that African Americans were considered second-class citizens and were most likely poor to take advantage of them. The AP had done an investigation that shows how land from African Americans was taken away without any logical reason. The tactic of targeting African Americans didn’t really end when slavery and segregation was over. We learn of Clyde Ross who worked hard all of his life, put his life on the line to save his country and was still discriminated against. When Ross bought his home in predominantly

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