Presidential Candidate Marianne Williamson Speaks on Reparations, Black America and #ADOS

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Attorney Antonio Moore and Political Commentator Yvette Carnell talk #ADOS and the larger framework of black politics with Presidential Candidate Marianne Williamson. Williamson announced with a statement that she is going to put for a reparation plan for Black Americans that descend from American Slavery. #ADOS #Election2020

According to Ebony.com

Marianne Williamson, a best-selling author. spiritual teacher and activist, announced her bid for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination on Monday. On Thursday, she sat down on CNN’s New Day, where she said the United States needs to pay African-Americans reparations for slavery.

“We need a moral and spiritual awakening in the country,” the candidate stated. “Nothing short of that is adequate to really fundamentally change the patterns of our political dysfunction.”

Her platform includes proposal for free public college, universal health care, Medicare for all, a green new deal and $10 billion per year for slavery reparations to be paid over the course of a decade.

“I believe $100 billion given to a council to apply this money to economic projects and educational projects of renewal for that population is simply a debt to be paid,” Williamson said.

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