Could Reparations Be A Savvy Economic Policy In Kansas City?
Calls for reparations in this country date back to colonial days.
Examples of reparations awarded in this country range from Japanese Americans interned during World War II, to survivors of police abuse in Chicago and descendants of the victims of a 1923 massacre in Rosewood, Florida. Now, some people are making the case for reparations in Kansas City. He called it "smart economics."
- Charles Marohn, founder and president, Strong Towns
- Mickey Dean, retired deputy director of the Kansas City Human Relations Department