Georgetown, other universities grapple with slave histories

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The list of injustices black people have suffered in America is long, and that’s why some say they deserve reparations. Georgetown University – a school that owned slaves and sold them – announced Wednesday it is taking a step towards that. University officials have decided to give descendants of those slaves applying to Georgetown preferential consideration for admission. The school is also issuing an apology and renaming some buildings, among other measures. How are other universities confronting their connections to slavery?