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FEATURING BREA BAKER - The California state legislature just announced a meager $12 million as a first step toward funding reparations-related efforts in the nation’s most populous state, months after a ground-breaking reparations task force released a detailed report. The issue of what was stolen and what is owed to Black Americans is a central one. In a new book, Rooted: The American Legacy of Land Theft & The Modern Movement for Black Land Ownership, activist and writer Brea Baker explores a crucial and very tangible facet of this question. 

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