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Troubling \u22Settled\u22 Waters: The Opportunity and Peril of African-American Reparations

By Alfreda Robinson

Abstract

This Article explores the theme of \u22troubling settled waters,\u22 which represents the impact of African-American reparations on the current landscape of race relations in America. The Article outlines the current and historical debate over reparations, addressing the arguments of opponents who contend that reparations dialogue and action wastes intellectual and monetary resources, unnecessarily resurrects painful memories, and creates racial division. It also takes note of contemporary reparations efforts in the courts. as well as the theories and bases for this litigation. The Article concludes that, given the continuing pervasiveness of race and race issues in modern America, reparations are a welcome and important opportunity for achieving civil rights goals

Topics: Civil Rights and Discrimination
Publisher: Digital Commons @ Boston College Law School
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:lawdigitalcommons.bc.edu:twlj-1111
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