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US beach returned to black owners after 98 years

By Guardian Exclusive
07 July 2022   |   2:19 pm
Bruce’s Beach was purchased in 1912 by Willa and Charles to create a beach resort for black people at a time of racial segregation in Southern California. This prime beachfront was seized from its owner nearly 100 years ago and has been returned to the descendants of the owners.

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