Descendants of Slaves Who Helped Build SLU Ask for $70B in Compensation

February 9, 2024

Spectrum News covers DSLUE press conference with Areva Martin

ST. LOUIS — In an effort to pressure St. Louis University officials to honor and support the descendants of slaves who helped build the campus, civil rights attorney Areva Martin on Thursday announced $70 billion in reparations owed to them.

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