Descendants of a Displaced Black Community Are Seeking Reparations from the University of Georgia

Descendants of a Displaced Black Community Are Seeking Reparations from the  University of Georgia
Over 50 years ago, a Black community in Linnentown, Georgia was destroyed to make way for the expansion of the University of Georgia. According to NBC News, their descendants are now demanding that the university pay them reparations for their ancestors being displaced. According to Athens-Clarke County documents, the Housing Act of 1949, a federal…

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