San Francisco NAACP Criticizes City's Handling of Reparations Plan

The NAACP says they want to see more details on San Francisco’s reparations plan.

The organization’s San Francisco branch held a press conference Saturday at the Third Baptist Church. 

Led by Reverend Amos Brown, the President of the SF NAACP and Pastor of the Third Baptist Church, said the organization supports the efforts but criticized how the city is handling the draft plan. According to the SF NAACP, the much talked-about lump sum $5 million payment is not likely to be put in action by the city and is therefore giving Black residents of San Francisco false hopes. 

“Not one member of that board said ‘we support reparations with

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