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How to Repay a Community For Discrimination, Lessons from the U.K.

Episode 7 of The Pay Check podcast looks at why Britain’s Windrush Compensation Scheme became a cautionary tale

The 'Empire Windrush' arrives at Tilbury Docks from Jamaica in 1948.
The 'Empire Windrush' arrives at Tilbury Docks from Jamaica in 1948.Source: Keystone/Getty Images

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The U.K. is attempting something the U.S. has been talking about for decades: compensating parts of its Black population for discrimination.