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California Reparations Task Force Floats $223,000 Housing-Discrimination Payment for Black Residents

From National Review:

The California Reparations Task Force, a nine-member panel appointed by Governor Gavin Newsom, projects that Black state residents could be eligible for as much as $223,200 per person as part of an effort to redress historical housing discrimination. 

The task force passed a motion in March outlining eligibility based on “an individual being an African American descendant of a chattel enslaved person or the descendant of a free Black person living in the US prior to the end of the 19th century.” 

Nearly 7 percent of Californians are expected to qualify for reparations, which suggests the housing-discrimination allotment would amount to approximately $569 billion statewide. 

Tom Fitton, president of the conservative watchdog organization Judicial Watch, called the proposed payout the “nation’s biggest restitution ever” on Twitter Monday night. 

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