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"The Ebony Beach Club" Was Stolen by Santa Monica: Silas White's Family Needs Restitution!

Descendants of Silas White, a Black entrepreneur and founder of “Ebony Beach Club,” deserve full reparations, reclamation, and restitution NOW!

Hansberry Family, Illinois Chicago

Hansberry family-Carl Hansberry was a real estate broker and Black entrepreneur. Carl owned several properties in the Hyde Park area of Chicago and was the founder of Hansberry Enterprises. Hansberry purchased properties to help accommodate the rapidly increasing population of Black residents in need of low-rent housing.

Justice for the Moores- California knows better so the City of Richmond needs to do better

Help us help the Moore family reclaim land stolen under the cloak of eminent domain laws that disproportionally applied to Black landowners. Help us help the Moore family get back the only family home they owned, and to initiate generational wealth by passing down this family land.

Keen family, St. Charles, Missouri  

The Keen family- In the first decade of the 20th Century, the children of Eli Keen, Jr., one of the largest landowners in St. Charles County, Missouri, had their land unlawfully stolen. Due to Missouri laws making it illegal for Blacks and Whites to marry, Eli could not marry the love of his life, Phoebe. The couple lived as a married couple, including Phoebe bearing eight children with Eli. Missouri law ignored Eli’s last will leaving all of his property to his children stating Eli Keen had died, leaving no descendant capable of inheriting from him.  

Roosevelt Dye, Desha County, Arkansas

Roosevelt Dye is fighting against the racist timber company that stole land from him, which affected his family’s generational wealth and the community.

Jones Family, Huntsville, Alabama

The Jones Family-The City of Huntsville took their Land and the Willie Jones Well by eminent domain. The Land and the Willie Jones Well had been in their family since the 1870s. The Jones Family Land is currently being used as a parking lot by the University of Alabama-Huntsville. The Willie Jones Well, which was condemned as not being suitable for human consumption when owned by the Jones Family, is now providing high-quality fresh water for the City of Huntsville.