Reparations? Recalling sale of slaves by Georgetown University

Richard Cellini of the Georgetown Memory Project told Dumbarton's adult ed that the Jesuit-run univerwity sold hundreds of its slaves in the early 1800s to raise money. Cellini said that most of the slaves ended up at sugar planatations in Louisiana. He and other researchers have been finding out what happened tto the slaves and have ben interviing descendants. He believes that some sort of reparations are in order. To see and hear his presenttion, click here.