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As Quiet as It’s Kept, the U.K. Also Has a Reparations Problem

Why the abominations of slavery should be addressed beyond the United States

The Palace of Westminster in London, seen under construction (circa 1858). Photo: Roger Fenton/Getty Images

TThe issue of slavery reparations recently took center stage in the United States as the country commemorated Juneteenth. The U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary decided to open talks on reparations and held a hearing on a bill…

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Jenny Louise Elizabeth McCall

Jenny Louise Elizabeth McCall

UK Journalist. Reported on stories from Ethiopia and Cuba. Interest in reparations, UK Govt. policy in relation to Windrush & Human Trafficking. Loves fitness

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