Africans in California will receive payments for ancestral slavery

By | October 1, 2020
Africans in California will receive payments for ancestral slavery

To this end, it is planned to create a group of five governors and four people elected by the state legislature.

African-Americans in California will receive cash payments to compensate for the discrimination their ancestors had suffered in the United States. California Governor Gavin Newsom signed the bill on Thursday, October 1, the American television channel ABC reported. Descendants of slaves will be able to get the greatest compensation.

For this purpose, it is planned to create a group of five governors and four persons elected by the legislative assembly of the state who will deal with the development of proposals on how the state can compensate non-grams.

The law does not say that payments should be monetary. Other options may include writing off student loans and paying for community service projects or vocational training.

In the United States, the University of South California Professor Greg Patton was suspended on racist charges. His dark-skinned students achieved this. Patton said a Chinese word several times, very similar to an insult to African Americans.