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What kind of reparations?

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Submitted by Jeff (United States), Jul 19, 2019 at 21:47

Let us start the discussion on what form of reparations can best serve the victims of the north African/middle eastern/Arab slave trade era that unfortunately continues to this very day. Reparation is an issue that requires the people and governments that continue to benefit from, facilitate and cover up this ongoing horror show to remedy. This is certainly not a plea to increase Mauritania's or Libya's generous welfare programs.

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