So it seems that Congress is set to apologize for Slavery and Segregation.
S. CON. RES. 26 states that it's intent is to "...Apologize for the enslavement and racial segregation of African-Americans..."
But now what?
Are things any better?
Do you feel better?
But not so fast.
SCON 26 HD2, Page 5, lines 8-12 also include a disclaimer against ant support or endorsement of reparations or any legal action.
Is everything automatically better after this resolution?
(For those in Texas - Keep up to date on this story's developments. There is no need to have another Juneteenth situation.)