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FEATURING TORSHETA JACKSON - The federal government has put off the issue of reparations for Black Americans for decades. Given the inaction on legislation like H.R. 40, the late John Conyers’ reparations bill, local efforts to achieve reparations have had some success. In a new story for YES!, part of our Realizing Reparations series, Torsheta Jackson has written a report detailing how some of those efforts have transpired. 

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