Majority Of Flint Residents Support Reparations For Black Americans

November 7, 2023


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A new survey analyzed by U-M’s Center for Racial Justice shows that 71 percent of Flint residents support some form of reparations for Black Americans. The results called for financial assistance for buying or improving a home, support for post-secondary education, and free healthcare; all three are areas where Black Americans have been burdened by structural racism. Read more about the survey’s design, administration, and results in this article from the Ford School.

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