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Illinois city to offer reparations to Black residents | Money Talks

A city in Illinois is going to pay reparations to decendents of African slaves living in the US state. The idea's been around for decades and advocates say it marks a critical step in rectifying wrongs caused by slavery, segregation and housing discrimination. While reparations have gained traction in the wake if the Black Lives Matter movement, some Americans don't support it. Andy Roesgen found opposition, from an unlikely source. We spoke to Carole Boyce-Davies in Ithaca, New York. She's a professor of Africana Studies and English at Cornell University. #SlaveTrade #Reparations #BlackLivesMatterMovement

West African nation restores slavery monuments

West African nation restores slavery monuments

Who is Edward Colston and why was his statue toppled?

Who is Edward Colston and why was his statue toppled?

England's slavery-football connection

England's slavery-football connection

Thousands exploited on fishing boats globally | Money Talks

Thousands exploited on fishing boats globally | Money Talks

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Tesla's Gigafactory in Germany nears regulatory approval | Money Talks

Tesla's Gigafactory in Germany nears regulatory approval | Money Talks

NGO helps small New York businesses survive the pandemic | Money Talks

NGO helps small New York businesses survive the pandemic | Money Talks

IMF trims 2021 global GDP growth forecast to 5.9% | Money Talks

IMF trims 2021 global GDP growth forecast to 5.9% | Money Talks

G20 leaders discuss how to avert humanitarian catastrophe | Money Talks

G20 leaders discuss how to avert humanitarian catastrophe | Money Talks

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Turkish Pilates firm turns pandemic disruption to innovation | Money Talks

Turkish Pilates firm turns pandemic disruption to innovation | Money Talks

South African cinema chain bets on drive-ins during pandemic | Money Talks

South African cinema chain bets on drive-ins during pandemic | Money Talks

Converted farmland helping to revive wildlife tourism | Money Talks

Converted farmland helping to revive wildlife tourism | Money Talks

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