Serious question, which isn't to judge anyone as ageist or such, but get some understanding behind why latter generations, such as my own, are believed to be deserving of reparations. Do you think simply being black makes them deserving, or does one need to show some incentive behind the cause, moving us out of the struggle and into prosperity? I know that not all of former generations did their part in the struggle, but if they did anything at all, it was promoting blackness in its beauty, while many of latter generation brush it off as nothing important, and you can forget them actually helping a bro or sis out because being an "individual" says they aren't obligated to do so. So, what do you think? Do you believe reparations should only go to those over a certain age, apart of a certain generation, who experienced even greater struggle, yet put forth more effort? Or do you believe every generation on forward are entitled to the fruits of our ancestors labor(not just the slaves, but all who came after and did their part)?