Lag in slavery reparations from US Jesuits irks descendants
August 17, 2022
CWN Editor's Note: In March 2021, the Jesuits in the United States pledged $100 million to make reparation to descendants of 272 slaves sold by the order in 1838.
A leader of the descendants “expressed deep dissatisfaction with the order’s lack of progress since then,” the Associated Press reported.
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