Reparations, Not Charity (Spring 2023)
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“America’s economy—and its White residents specifically—have benefited from and been fueled by the institution of slavery and the stealing of Native land. Philanthropies like ours—the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation and the Brooklyn Community Foundation—that are funding work to address social, economic, and racial injustice must reckon with this contradiction and support the work of reparations.”
by Jocelynne Rainey and Lisa Pilar Cowan