Do you think that if you keep repeating this, it will somehow become true?
Again: the issue is not skin color. The issue is actual economic oppression in the present day – with historical antecedents – toward a particular class of human by the current, and historical, power class.
All of the verbose arguments in your comment are based on the same faulty premise: that reparations arbitrarily favor people of a particular skin color based on ancient history. This is mistaken.
This is redress of a harm done to a class of humans over many generations up to and including the present day.
You can, and may wish to, argue against this particular form of redress. But if that argument depends on a misrepresentation of both the harm and the redress, it’s hard to imagine that it is going to be persuasive.