As Bruce’s Beach sells for $20M, what’s the future of reparations?

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Bruce’s Beach can’t be developed because the City of Manhattan Beach zoned it as a park. The process to change the zoning could take years and face potential legal challenges, according to attorney George Fatheree III. Photo by Amy Ta.

Unable to develop the land, the Bruce family decided to sell Bruce’s Beach back to LA County for $20 million. KCRW speaks to the attorney representing the family. 

California has created a reparations task force to study the history and effects of systemic racism on Black people, and to look at ways to atone for it and remedy it.