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Georgetown Students Vote for $27 Raise in Tuition for Slavery Reparations

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Students at Georgetown University took a major step in reparations reform, after voting in favor to raise tuition at the school by approximately $27 per semester. On Thursday, nearly 66% of Georgetown students voted to raise tuition at the renowned university by $27.20 a semester. The funds would go towards providing reparations for nearly 272 students and descendants of…

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