Manhattan Beach condemns eminent domain against Bruce’s Beach, other Black property owners in 1920s

Manhattan Beach has officially acknowledged and condemned efforts by the city’s early 20th century leaders to displace several Black families, including the original owners of Bruce’s Beach, for reasons the historical record has shown to be racist — but stopped short of a formal apology.

The City Council this week approved an “acknowledgement and condemnation” of those actions. In the late 1920s, Manhattan Beach used eminent domain to take over Black-owned properties. One of those…

Source Link

Tags:
ACM
About Author: ACM
This information is 3rd party content that is added to ACM strictly for non-commercial informational purposes. Information is the Key to Set the Black Mind Free