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I used to laugh when I heard people talk about reparations because slavery was so long ago. A friend got me this book, now I see that reparations is not about history, it is more about the present.

Yolanda Oakland, California

This book is good, a must read of broad historical and documentary background. I especially like that poem toward the end of the book.

KahamuBrooklyn, NY

The book is unique in how it links domestic and international reparations. Never seen it done before.

GailChicago, Illinois