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Jan 2, 2023

California Reparations Task Force Aims to Pay $223K Per Person Via the ‘Bureau of African American Affairs’

Kamilah V. Moore, the chairman of the California Reparations Task Force, is demanding the creation of a Bureau of African American Affairs to award up to $223,000 to every descendant of African slaves.

The task force, formed by Calif. Gov. Gavin Newsom in 2020 to study reparations proposals, met on December 14 and 15 for their final public meetings of 2022. The committee previously approved the first step of a proposal to compensate descendants of slaves for up to $223,000. A final proposal will be announced in early 2023.

Moore has also clarified that it is not true every person in a Black family is entitled to the $223,000 to make up for past housing discrimination.

She said $223,000 is the “maximum” amount those who qualify will receive, and it will only target the Californians who suffered housing discrimination in California between 1933 and in the eurweb.com web site at: https://tinyurl.com/mubzphxp.

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