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AJ
1 part asshole 2 parts intellectual 1lb meathead 1 cup philosopher season with compassion add a pinch of pan africanism bake for 35 years and VOALA...me
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Marrio Mathews 15h
just confirms more of what we already knew. I don't see or hear any specifically for the American Descendents of Slavery. Talk to me when ya'll are ready to . is in it to win it. Period.
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AJ 49m
after World War II all soldiers who fought in the War were to receive the GI Bill in which all of the black soldiers were denied
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AJ 50m
If I could cite anything I would point to the promise of reconstruction after slavery of each slave was to receive 40 acres of land and one mule
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AJ 51m
Anyone who has at least one black parent or two black grandparents of ADOS lineage tracing prior to 1865 and has self identified as black for over 10 years should qualify
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AJ 52m
There is no specific law that's being sighted outside of the promise of reparative reparation and legislation that was unfulfilled by the United States government
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AJ 1h
they BIG mad at the Jax Ending LMFAO very telling indeed 😂😂✊✊
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Blakiyama Jun 2h
Jax's MK11 ending. Warning: Spoilers
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AJ 2h
Not today Willy HAKAI
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AJ 2h
I would say in addition to a stipend paid out over years federal jobs programs tax incentives and exemption for black banks business and schools and financial institutions that hire black people should be part of the deal
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AJ 2h
Anyone who has at least one black parent or two black grandparents of ADOS lineage tracing prior to 1865 and has self identified as black for over 10 years should qualify
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AJ 2h
Neither does Oprah but she would qualify for reparations as any black person who meets the criteria
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AJ 2h
If Spain started the institution in hati/Dominica but France takes the lands and makes the decision to maintain the institution then they are currently liable for reparation from current decendants Make sense?
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AJ 2h
Britain started the institution but once USA became its own nation its conscious decision to maintain the practice makes them liable nevermind their unfulfilled promise of reparative legislation
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AJ 2h
From a legal standpoint in seeking reparation it may be irrelevant as the country that last held the benifet is the one responsible for the grievance for example
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AJ 2h
Just breaking it down to its base principal but yes its primarily lineage based And they KNOW that its starting to show something fiercely underhanded in attempts to sabatoge the movement
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AJ 3h
Can't help but notice Yvette and Tone been hollering ADOS for YEARS now Notice the backlash now that reparations argument has gained legitimate momentum
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AJ 3h
ADOS is seeking reparations specifically from the U.S. government specifically FOR ADOS
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AJ 4h
These were not specific to black people nor were they wealth reparing there's the problem
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AJ 5h
What capital has been infused when? Where? how?
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AJ 5h
Please explain how as the EXACT point is to level the playing field by infusing capital into the specific community that was harmed
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