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100 Facts On Reparations For Native Black Americans

100 Facts On Reparations For Native Black Americans


16. Reparations For Japanese Americans

Reparations have been paid to various groups throughout the years. Japanese Americans who were interned in concentration camps during World War II got reparations in the form of checks for $20,000 accompanied by a letter of apology. They were the first reparations in the U.S. issued under the Civil Liberties Act of 1988, a historic law that offered monetary redress to over 80,000 people, History.com reported. 


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