Denial that slavery was absolutely foundational to the birth and early development of the United States explains the lack of a “national monument, memorial, or official recognition of the institution” and resistance to reparations, Dr. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, Princeton University Assistant Professor of African American Studies, explains in her essay in Jacobin. Read the complete piece by clicking here.
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