San Francisco will discuss reparation proposals—but even supporters are split on them


The San Francisco Board of Supervisors, which meets at City Hall, accepted a draft plan of more than 100 recommendations for reparations to eligible Black residents. But the move was largely procedural and doesn

While many cheered the possibility of a huge financial windfall for the city’s Black residents, one civil rights leader says the proposal is a distraction from tangible efforts to redress racism.

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