New York Governor Kathy Hochul has signed into law a bill that will study the effects of slavery to consider reparations for black New Yorkers. This law will create a commission similar to the group that California recently put together. And, just the same as California, the group will submit their findings in a report for what recommendations will look like. The deadline for the report is one year after the commission’s first meeting. The findings will be nonbinding, which means there will be no requirement to actually do anything… just like California. Black “leader” Al Sharpton was in attendance when Kathy Hochul signed the bill into law. His presence is just the same as the new law, empty and only symbolic in nature.
New York Considers Reparations For Descendants Of Enslaved People | HuffPost Latest News
NY Gov. Kathy Hochul signs bill creating reparations commission despite concerns of ‘racial divisions’
New York to Consider Reparations for Descendants of Enslaved People – The New York Times
Governor Hochul Continues New York’s Leadership on Racial Equity, Signs Legislation Establishing Commission to Study Reparations and Racial Justice | Governor Kathy Hochul
Hochul signs slavery reparation commission bill – NBC New York