The slave who won reparations

In 1870, Henrietta Wood Sued for Reparations and Won.


How Reparations to Descendants of Slavery Can Heal a Nation


A Slave Rebellion Rises Again


Diocese of New York establishes reparations fund, adopts anti-slavery resolutions from 1860


PhD Candidate Examines the Politics of Slavery Reparations


Harvard Law School traces its origins to an Antiguan slave owner. Now the country wants reparations.


St Vincent PM urges Caricom to speed up reparation claims


Ben and Jerry’s Support of HR 40 Might Mainstream the Reparations Discussion

Jacqueline Luqman talks with Dr. Ray Winbush


Watch HR-40 and the Promise of Reparations for African Americans

Juneteenth HR 40 Forum in Washington, DC


A Manhattan High School Reframes How Slavery Is Taught Using The New York Times’s 1619 Project


Ben & Jerry’s Stands in Support of H.R. 40 and Reparations for African Americans


NAARC/ACLU Forum – From Enslavement to Reparations: A 400 Year Journey for Justice

Co-sponsored by Ben & Jerry’s


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.