Georgetown University will award preferential status in the application process to descendants of slaves whose labor benefited the university, The New York Times reported.
In 1838, the school sold 272 men, women, and children for about $3.3 million in today’s dollars. The money helped keep the university open during a period of financial difficulty.
The school also plans to build a memorial for the slaves, create an institute on slavery, and name two campus buildings after African-Americans.
There are going to be some PISSED OFF PEOPLE!!!