When France extorted Haiti – the greatest heist in history

 

City Council approves reparations resolution

 

US: Congress Should Pass Reparations Bill

‘Why We Can’t Wait’ Campaign Builds on Unprecedented Support for HR 40 to Address Racial Injustice.

 

Land loss has plagued black America since emancipation – is it time to look again at ‘black commons’ and collective ownership?

 

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.

 

White activist and group of progressives launch FFRN! initiative to support NAARC

 

Reparations, Juneteenth bills explained by Sen. Cory Booker

 

Reparations Now: A White Man’s Appeal For America To Pay What Is Due

By Seth Cohen

 

Trans-Generational Epigenetic Injury is the Cause of the Higher Black Deaths from COVID-19

By Kamm Howard

 

Rapper T.I. Demands Lloyd’s of London Pay Reparations to Descendants of Slaves

 

Reparations will cure the racial wealth gap

By Antonia Williams-Gary

 

AOC wants coronavirus ‘reparations’ for minority communities

 

Juneteenth Virtual Forum: COVID-19 • The Killing of Black People • Reparations • HR-40

Friday, June 19, 2020

 

Since Emancipation, the United States Has Refused to Make Reparations for Slavery

 
 

Virtual Forum - Their Blood Cries Out: The Tulsa Massacre, Black Wall Street and H.R. 40

Sunday, May 31, 2020

 

BET founder calls for $14 trillion of reparations for slavery

 

California Black Caucus Chair Introduces “Reparations” Bill

 

The Coronavirus Pandemic and the Demand for Reparations

A Statement by NAARC

 

There’s a black student loan-debt crisis and it needs an urgent solution. How about reparations?

 

Panelists Make Case for Reparations at Harvard Event

 

Who Should Receive Reparations and In What Forms?

A major statement by NAARC with an addendum on the Coronavirus Pandemic

 

Lawmaker Wants to Open a Dialogue About Reparations in Md.

 

Kara Walker: What Do We Want History to Do to Us?

Writer Zadie Smith on artist Kara Walker's works

 

'This was supposed to be reparations' Why is LA's cannabis industry devastating black entrepreneurs?

 

Reparation bill becomes real as it heads to the house and senate

 

A Letter to President Macron: Reparations Before Restitution

 

Black Christian leaders push for slavery reparations

 

Can Reparations help us to re-envision international development?

 

Digital archives helping to preserve slave records

 

Democrat candidate in Mississippi calls for reparations

 

Notre Dame University hosts panel on reparations, reconciliation

 

Deval Patrick to unveil reparations as part of black economic agenda

 

Liverpool street sign plan to highlight city's slavery links

 

San Francisco needs to establish a reparations fund

 

NYT questions Bernie Sanders on reparations: ‘I’m a strong co-sponsor’ of HR 40

 

Understanding ADOS

The movement to hijack Black identity and weaken Black unity.

 

Evanston Reparations panel looks toward expansion

 

Evanston outlines plan for reparations

Featured Reparations Videos

June 19, 2020 — The National African American Reparations Commission Juneteenth Virtual Forum “COVID-19 and the Killings of Black People, Advancing the Demand for Reparations and HR-40”.

May 31, 2020 — NAARC, ACLU and HRW “Their Blood Cries Out: The Tulsa Massacre and Destruction of Black Wall Street, The Case for Reparations and HR 40”

January 30, 2020, Washington, DC — Attny. Nkechi Taifa’s reparations speech at the Howard University School of Law.

November 6, 2019  — Ben and Jerry’s Support of HR 40 Might Mainstream the Reparations Discussion.

November 2, 2019, Charleston, SC — NAARC and ACLU Reparations Forum “From Enslavement to Reparations”.

June 19, 2019, Washington, DC — NAARC and ACLU Reparations Forum “HR-40 and the Promise of Reparations”.

June 19, 2019, Washington, DC — Congressional Hearing on H.R. 40, Legislation to Study Slavery Reparations.

March 16, 2019, MSNBC —  Joy Reid is joined by Rep. Shelia Jackson Lee and Rev. Mark Thompson to discuss H.R. 40 and the reparations movement.

January 19, 2018, Philadelphia, PA — Attny. Nkechi Taifa at the 2018 Sparer Symposium at the University of Pennsylvania Law School (Penn Law).

January 19, 2018, Philadelphia, PA — Panel discussion “Building the Ivory Tower: How Institutions Benefited from Slavery” at the 2018 Sparer Symposium at Pen Law.

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