Students Tell Universities to Pay Up and Atone for Slavery

You enslaved the blacks, goyim.

Now you must pay up – and I mean pay up big time. 


For Brown University students, the Ivy League college’s next step in its yearslong quest to atone for its legacy of slavery is clear: Pay up.

Nearly two decades after the Providence, Rhode Island, institution launched its much-lauded reckoning, undergraduate students this spring voted overwhelmingly for the university to identify the descendants of slaves that worked on campus and begin paying them reparations.

At the University of Georgia, community activists want the school to contribute to Athens’ efforts to atone for an urban renewal project that destroyed a Black community in the 1960s to make way for college dorms.

Like what? Like bought the property from them?

Or made them move to different Section 8 government housing?

How did they “destroy” a black community?

Did they go in and machine gun down the blacks?

Did they bomb them and take their land like the Jews do?

How does the Associated Press leave “destroyed a black community” just hanging in the air like that?

And at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., there’s growing dissatisfaction among some slave descendants about the Catholic institution’s pioneering reparations efforts.

Nearly a year after the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police sparked the latest national reckoning on racism, student and community activists from New England to the Deep South are demanding institutions take more ambitious steps to atone for past sins — from colonial-era slavery to more recent campus expansion projects that have pushed out entire communities of color.

“There’s been a shift in America,” said Jason Carroll, who was student council president during the spring referendum at Brown University. “We’re at a different place. Just a few years ago, it was controversial to say ‘Black Lives Matter.’”

The 22-year-old Maryland native, who graduated this month, argues Brown has taken nearly every conceivable step to atone for its past — save for making slave descendants whole.

The school released an exhaustive historical report in 2006 and followed it up with the dedication of a slavery memorial in 2014, among other efforts. An “Anti-Black Racism” task force is expected to deliver recommendations soon for how the school can further promote racial equity. But university spokesperson Brian Clark stressed it’s not clear whether the panel, which was formed following last summer’s racial unrest, will address reparations.

“There’s real trauma and pain here,” said Carroll, who is descended from Carolina slaves. “This shouldn’t just be an academic question. There are real families that have been burdened and harmed by this — and probably still are.”

Students at Harvard are similarly calling for reparations after years of headline-grabbing announcements from the school, including dropping the law school emblem, which was derived from the crest of a slave-owning family. A panel looking at the university’s slave legacy plans to release its findings and recommendations later this year.

At the University of Chicago, students are frustrated that the university continues to distance itself from its slavery ties, even as it touts efforts to advance racial equity and justice, said Caine Jordan, a graduate student who co-authored a recent report on the school’s fraught racial history.

Last year, the university removed markers honoring U.S. Sen. Stephen Douglas, but maintained the Mississippi slave plantation owner donated land to an older version of the school and had “ no connection ” to the current one.

All of it rings hollow if you’re founded on Black pain, and you’re not willing to acknowledge that,” Jordan said.

A university spokesperson declined to respond, but said University President Robert Zimmer will provide an update soon on the school’s racial equity efforts.

Yes, I’m sure Robert Zimmer will get right on that, won’t he.

It is amazing that these Jews are all over the place talking about how evil white people are and about how much white people owe the blacks, and no one notices it.

What is more is that the blacks obviously believe that all of this praise is raining down on them as a result of their riots.

The media has totally incentivized black violence with this George Floyd program.

Of course, blacks are not going to get much from these university reparations programs.

These schools are going to charge white students extra money (which is actually illegal, but they’re going to do it anyway), and then take a small percentage of the money and give it to the blacks, who will promptly blow it on crack cocaine, lottery tickets and spinning rims, and be no better off than they were a couple days earlier. The majority of the money will be sucked up in some Jewish funnel cloud and disappear.

The point isn’t the money: the point is to humiliate white people. Making them pay money for things they didn’t do is a way to debase and humiliate them.