The End of Reparations? - Reparations in an Obama World
57 Kansas L. Rev. 101 (2009)
Disparities in Black health began in slavery, were reinforced in segregation and racism, and persist today despite significant remedial efforts. In the last decade, the statistics about Black health disparities show no improvement. The caustic history of slavery, racism and segregation hasn't been completely undone. Fundamental changes are still necessary to repair deficits in Black health.
Keywords: reparations, Obama, health disparities, disparities, racial disparities, slavery, segregation
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Kevin Outterson, ""The End of Reparations?," Kansas Law Review, Vol. 57, No. 4, 2009.
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