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With a sweeping and widely praised new essay on reparations in the Atlantic, Ta-Nehisi Coates has challenged Americans to reconsider how they view their country’s history and to place the influence of white supremacy front and center. Rather than imagine the damages inflicted against African-Americans by white supremacy as having occurred mainly during the antebellum period, Coates asks us to recognize how Jim Crow in the South and redlining in the North denied black people the means to build real, stable lives for themselves, directly explaining the disproportionate poverty we still see in the African-American community today.
I speak this evening, in this honourable chamber of the House of Commons, as Chairman of the Caricom Commission on Reparations.
Following the historic London Reparations March from Brixton to 10 Downing Street organised by the Rastafari Movement in Britain on 1st August 2014, the PASCF issues the following statement – they all owe us: The Capitalists, the Working Class and the Trade Union Movement all owe Reparations to Afrikan People The enslavement of Afrikan people created unprecedented levels of wealth for the imperialists who controlled the slavery system. As part of…