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FEATURING TREVOR SMITH - Social movements often spur participants into adopting identities that help them articulate their personal connection to a cause. Can the same happen for the movement for reparations? In a new story for YES! Magazine, Trevor Smith, asks the question “Can reparationist be a distinct identity, akin to feminist or abolitionist, a label worn with pride by progressive individuals showcasing their belief in reparative compensation for Black people?”

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