The Jesuits’ plan to compensate their slaves’ descendants gets reparation wrong

Slaves are the reason Georgetown University, the Jesuit-run institution founded in Washington in 1789, still stands. In 1838, Georgetown College—as the university was then known—was struggling under significant debt, alongside other properties owned by the Jesuits. In order to save it, the Jesuits …

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