January 31, 2020
Sips in Southwest Harbor
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Should the United States compensate descendants of those enslaved in the US from 1619 through 1865 for the damages caused from slavery and the following de jure and de facto discrimination since 1865 to the present? If so, in what form? And if not, why not?
Nat Fenton began his education in Bar Harbor, followed by prep school at St. Mark’s School, college at Bowdoin, and law school at Cornell University. His teaching experience includes one course in adult ed and the remainder at ASC with the latest courses primarily in Civil Rights.
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