San Francisco Board of Supervisors member Shamann Walton urged his colleagues Tuesday to approve $50 million for an “Office of Reparations” in anticipation of eventual approval of a bigger reparations plan.
As Breitbart News has reported, San Francisco’s reparations committee, created at the height of the Black Lives Matter movement in 2020, is considering a proposal to pay $5 million to each long-term black resident.
Though California entered the Union as a free state in 1850, and there is no mathematical calculation behind the $5 million figure, proponents of the plan are eager to see it implemented as an example to the nation.
BREAKING: SF Board of Supervisors member Shamann Walton today 3/21/2023 implores colleagues to appropriate $50 million dollars NOW in anticipation of SF Reparations plan approval “soon”, for establishing reparations office, applicant database, and to begin distribution: pic.twitter.com/mmD2FlUsZo
— Richie Greenberg (@richieSF2016) March 22, 2023
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