Your plan pursues a myth -- that it would somehow be revenue neutral. Unless you just mean "fire up the printing presses" that is an impossibility. I can't imagine asking someone's great, great, great, great grandchildren to provide reimbursement for a "crime" committed by their ancestors. My grandfather illegally ran gill nets in the Lamine River and illegally sold the fish he netted -- he was guilty of a crime. I'm not, I wouldn't know how to operate a net, or how to manage a farm with slaves for that matter.
The war began with the goal of saving the Union, but ended with the cause of ending slavery. If it had been solely about the Union, the former CSA states could have retained slavery after the war. If it had been solely about the Union, the half-congress that existed wouldn't have ratified the 13th and 14th amendments.
The debt was paid, and a receipt was provided.
If it's a loan, on taxes that are paid annually. This means it's guaranteed by money already in circulation. Corporate financing from partnerships and the private banking system can get it done based upon that asset. In fact, private enterprise would be eager to get in on the proposal, considering the benefits available to them. The Fed doesn't need to be involved. If the initial funding comes from black taxpayers, then they are paying for their own, not others are paying for them.
If that illegal fishing paid for the estate you inherited ?
Do, you think it is right not to repay what was stolen out of the benefit you enjoy today ? Do you believe the estate should be yours unencumbered by the debt of that theft ? It is the same question as if your family had stolen a painting from the National Archives. Do you get to keep and profit it because your ancestor got away with the original theft ? Or does it still belong to the people of this nation it was stolen from ?
If you can explain to me how ending slavery repairs the damage from slavery, then I might understand your point. But just not continuing to keep people enslaved does nothing to repair the damage cause by the act itself.
It's like saying, I stopped beating you, so that repair the bones I broke by be beating you in the first place. We went over this before. Pulling out the 9-inch knife, you stab someone with, 3, 6, or all 9 inches does not repair the wound caused by that knife.