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NAARC’s Preliminary 10 Point Reparations Program
A document for review, revision and adoption as a platform to guide the struggle for reparations for people of African descent in the U.S.
- 2019 Juneteenth Congressional Hearing on HR 40
- 2019 Juneteenth HR 40 Forum hosted by NAARC and ACLU
- About the National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC)
- 2015 Nat’l/Int’l Reparations Summit Final Communiqué
- NAARC Rolls out Preliminary 10-Point Plan
- NAARC Preliminary 10-Point Plan, Download/Print PDF
- N’COBRA HR 40 Primer — Seize the Time!
- CARICOM Reparations Ten-Point Plan
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- Jamaica National Reparations Commission – Radio Jingle
- The CRR Media Conference on the British Treasury’s Slavery Loan
- H.R.40 – Commission to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African-Americans Act (Congress.gov)
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Center for Reparations Research 60 Second Jingle This audio is 1 of 3 radio jingles produced to announce the launch of the Centre for Reparations Research at the University of the West Indies (The UWI) in Jamaica. For more information on the launch read — UWI News Release. To listen to the other two radio jingles — click here.
Center for Reparations Research 60 Second Symposium Ad This audio is 1 of 3 radio jingles produced to announce the launch of the Centre for Reparations Research at the University of the West Indies (The UWI) in Jamaica. For more information on the launch read — UWI News Release. To listen to the other two radio jingles — click here.
Center for Reparations Research 30 Second Plenary Ad This audio is 1 of 3 radio jingles produced to announce the launch of the Centre for Reparations Research at the University of the West Indies (The UWI) in Jamaica. For more information on the launch read — UWI News Release. To listen to the other two radio jingles — click here.
Reparations Made Simple (or almost everybody’s Guide to Reparations) The campaign to secure “Reparations” for the multiplicity of genocides and crimes that have been committed against the sons and daughters of Africa during the centuries of Slavery and Colonization consists of an “outwardly directed” process in which we level demands at the liable European and North American Governments and institutions for a comprehensive package of compensatory money payments (inclusive of…
CALL FOR BLACK PAPERS Black Politics, Reparations, and Movement Building in the Era of #45 Co-editors: Barbara Ransby, Editor of Souls, President of the National Women’s Studies Association, University of Illinois at Chicago Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, Princeton University The election of the 45th president of the United States marks a pivot point for the ongoing Black freedom struggle in the United States, and perhaps in the world. It was an electoral…
Regional Headquarters, Jamaica. September 23, 2017. Vice-Chancellor of The University of the West Indies (The UWI), Professor Sir Hilary Beckles issues the following statement on the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria: “Hurricane Irma’s fury preceded Maria’s by a deadly Caribbean second. Together they constitute the familiar sound of death and destruction reminiscent of a colonial past that clings to the present and is determined to possess and own the Caribbean future.
What Is in Your Backpack? We Who Believe in Freedom Cannot Rest Verene A. Shepherd, Social Historian 47th Congressional Black Caucus Reparations Issue Forum Friday, September 22nd, 3:00 – 5:00 PM Washington, D.C. Congressman John Conyers, Dr. Ron Daniels, fellow panelists, brothers and sisters all, warm greetings from the Caribbean! We have been battered by the raging storms, but we will rise again; and those who left the region infrastructurally weak…
y Brandon Ellington Patterson — Last month’s torch-lit white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, a response to the planned removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee from a public park, kickstarted a national dialogue about how communities should address this nation’s centuries-long history of violence and discrimination against African Americans. Democratic politicians and others, pushing back against the old arguments about maintaining our “heritage,” have called for the removal of additional Confederate statues and monuments…