This paper was commissioned for Inclusion in Asset Building: Research and Policy Symposium, an event hosted in September 2000 by the Center for Social Development at Washington University in St. Louis. The author examines why large-scale reparations should be made to African Americans and how that task might be accomplished.
Feagin, J. (2000). Documenting the costs of slavery, segregation, and contemporary discrimination: Are reparations in order for African Americans? (CSD Working Paper No. 00-10). St. Louis, MO: Washington University, Center for Social Development.
Inclusion in Asset Building: Research and Policy Symposium
Symposium, economic empowerment, African American, race, social responsibility, discrimination
Feagin, Joe, "Documenting the Costs of Slavery, Segregation, and Contemporary Discrimination: Are Reparations in Order for African Americans?" (1999). Center for Social Development Research. 30.