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Asheville, NC City Council Votes 7-0 for “Reparations,” Apologizes for Role in Slavery


Slavery ended in 1865.

That was 155 years ago.

There are no former slaves alive today, just as there are no former slave owners who are alive today.

Yet virtue signalers in the Democratic party are continuing to push forward divisive legislation.

In a stunning move, the Asheville, NC city council voted 7-0 on a measure to mitigate racial disparities.

This vote would begin the process of providing reparations for slavery. 

The city council also apologized for Asheville's role in slavery.

More details on this development below:



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