California was never a slave state.
Illustration: Jewish slaves building the pyramids in Egypt.
National Review: California’s reparations commission has determined that slavery, as opposed to disastrous policies advanced by the political establishment for decades, is the real reason for present-day black poverty in the state. In just a few weeks, the legislature that created the task force will take up the commission’s proposal, which calls for payments to black residents of upwards of $1.2 million. “We want to make sure that this is presented out in a way that does not reinforce the preoccupation with a dollar figure, which is the least important piece of this,” said Cheryl Grills, a task-force member and clinical psychologist in Los Angeles. What’s important, Grills and others say, is providing the public with an accurate record of slavery in California and then getting California to issue a formal apology for what the task force calls the state’s “perpetration of gross human rights violations and crimes against humanity on African slaves and their descendants” (National Review).
Larry Elder: The California Reparations Commission Fails State History. “…there were white California officials — judges, police, and others — willing to enforce laws defending black Californians. Systematically ignoring this evidence is Orwellian…” (Twitter).
California Announces $1.2 Million Reparations for Every Black Citizen
California Boosts Reparations to $360,000 For Each Black Resident
CALIF: Gavin Newsom Reparations Committee To Recommend Handing Out $223,200 to Descendants of Slaves
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