A Call For Reparations: Nikole Hannah-Jones On The Wealth Gap : Fresh Air Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones says 250 yeas of slavery and 100 years of legalized segregation robbed Black Americans of the ability to accumulate wealth. Cash payments would help repair the damage. Her latest piece in the 'New York Times Magazine' is 'What Is Owed.'
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A Call For Reparations: Nikole Hannah-Jones On The Wealth Gap

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A Call For Reparations: Nikole Hannah-Jones On The Wealth Gap

A Call For Reparations: Nikole Hannah-Jones On The Wealth Gap

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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones says 250 yeas of slavery and 100 years of legalized segregation robbed Black Americans of the ability to accumulate wealth. Cash payments would help repair the damage. Her latest piece in the 'New York Times Magazine' is 'What Is Owed.'