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Question: Republicans Silent As Tuberville's Racist Remarks on Reparations Spark Outrage By Rachel Looker and Phillip M. Bailey When Alabama Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville's promoted a racist narrative about Black people and crime at a campaign rally Saturday, it outraged civil rights leaders and many political pundits, who condemned them as out-of-bounds. Weeks before the midterms, the fallout from Tuberville's incendiary remarks has drawn condemnation from critics as Republicans push to spotlight crime ahead of the elections. The same of what we've seen When Harris, the Louisiana State University expert, heard Tuberville's comments, she thought he was "Fanning the flames of hate" and demonizing African Americans. Simelton said lawmakers use racist rhetoric not only because it is what they believe but also because they want constituents to hear it and react, referring to cheers from the crowd after Tuberville made his remarks. "As a coach and mentor to countless Black men, Tommy Tuberville has done more to advance Black lives than most people, especially in the Democratic Party" Reparations a divisive issue among Blacks, Calls for the country to make amends for slavery, whether through direct payments, land grants or other resources, have been debated since the end of the Civil War. "Right now, there's millions of white American households who have 50% to 100% more in their savings than the average Black household,' Nelson, who is half Black and Native American, told USA TODAY. As of 2019, the median white household held nearly eight times more than a Black household, according to a Brookings Institution analysis."And why is that? Because they have a history of being able to have generational wealth that has been categorically denied from Black people" Dorothy Savoy, a 56-year-old Navy veteran from Houston, Texas, who is a registered independent, said Ilawmakers such as Tuberville don't understand the suffering Black Americans like her endured during slavery or what is owed to their descendants. " Royster, who is Black and a registered Democrat, said he found it ironic that Tuberville inserted the issue into the national conversation given that the senator coached college athletes. What is the author arguing? What information could you possibly use for your argumentative research essay to support your argument of slavery reparations should be implemented because of the lasting impacts of slavery on black americans, the economic benefits of reparations, and the moral obligation to right past wrongs?
The author is arguing that Tuberville's remarks were racist and out-of-bounds. For an argumentative research essay supporting the argument of slavery reparations should be implemented because of the lasting impacts of slavery on black americans, the economic benefits of reparations, and the moral obligation to right past wrongs, one could use the following information: 1. The disparities in wealth between white and black households, as evidenced by statistics from the Brookings Institution. 2. Statements from civil rights leaders and experts (such as Dorothy Savoy and Harris) condemning Tuberville's remarks as racist and out-of-bounds. 3. Testimonies from African Americans of the effects of slavery continuing to be felt by their descendants, such as Royster. 4. Studies and economic reports showing the economic benefits that would arise from implementing reparations plans. 5. Historical accounts and documentation of the unjust suffering inflicted upon African Americans during slavery. 6. Philosophical and moral arguments for why reparations are the right thing to do to right past wrongs and make amends with those who were victimized by slavery.
March 4, 2023, 5:07 p.m.
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