Restitution & Reparations
Monday, November 19, 2012
By Michael Holland - In 1934 Henry C. Williams was born in Helen, Alabama on a sharecropper’s plantation. That would explain why he has spent the greater part of his life fighting for a cause that is very near and dear to his heart: reparations for all black people. As a black man going thru financial ups and downs, that sounds very good to me.
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