The National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC) Rolls Out a Reparations Plan at the 2015 Congressional Black Caucus Conference. Preamble: No amount of material resources or monetary compensation can ever be sufficient restitution for the spiritual, mental, cultural and physical damages inflicted on Africans by centuries of the MAAFA, the holocaust of enslavement and the institution of chattel slavery…
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Diocese of New York establishes reparations fund, adopts anti-slavery resolutions from 1860
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Juneteenth HR 40 Forum in Washington, DC
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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.
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The top three most popular articles right now on the online Jewish magazine Tablet all deal, in one way or another, with the question of Jews and privilege. The most interesting of the three, as well as the most viral, is Taffy Brodesser-Akner’s personal essay, “I Probably Won’t Share This Essay on Twitter: Some thoughts on being Jewish in contemporary polite society,” which opens with recent tweet of hers:
I looked straight up and immediately saw the callous irony, wondering if the slaves who had helped to erect the structure might have bristled at it as quickly as I. The monumental fresco covering 4,664 square feet had been painted by Constantino Brumidi in 1864, just as the hideous 246-year-old American institution of slavery was drawing to a close. According to the United States Capitol Historical Society, Brumidi’s Apotheosis of George Washington had been painted in the eye of the Rotunda’s dome to glorify “the character of George Washington and the principles upon which the United States was founded.”
BERLIN – It was 1943 and the Nazis were deporting Greece’s Jews to death camps in Poland. Hitler’s genocidal accountants reserved a chilling twist: The Jews had to pay their train fare.
A TRIAD OF IDENTITY ISSUES: The Enduring Cry for Freedom and Justice By Patrick Robinson, Justice at the International Court of Justice, Hague, The Netherlands. I speak today not as a member of the International Court of Justice, and certainly not as an academic, nor even primarily as a lawyer. I speak as a proud citizen of a sovereign and independent country, Jamaica, in the hope that I can…
Keynote Speech Delivered at the United Nations on the Occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Theme “Learning from Historical Tragedies to Combat Racial Discrimination Today” By Professor Verene A. Shepherd The University of the West Indies, Jamaica Member of the Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent March 20, 2015 United Nations General Assembly, New York Excellencies Distinguished Guests Friends all:…
i/WE feel very blessed to offer, for review and consideration, this “Contribution and Black-Print to the (Proposed) Ten Point Program: Calling for Reparations for Africa’s Ascendants…