In the spirit of the Durban Declaration and Program of Action of 2001, which declared the Atlantic Slave Trade and chattel slavery as crimes against humanity, to directly confront racism, we urge the Women’s March 8 mobilization to embrace the growing national and global movement for reparatory justice.
When France extorted Haiti – the greatest heist in history
City Council approves reparations resolution
Land loss has plagued black America since emancipation – is it time to look again at ‘black commons’ and collective ownership?
Reparations Now: A White Man’s Appeal For America To Pay What Is Due
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
Juneteenth Virtual Forum: COVID-19 • The Killing of Black People • Reparations • HR-40
Friday, June 19, 2020
Reparations, Juneteenth bills explained by Sen. Cory Booker
Trans-Generational Epigenetic Injury is the Cause of the Higher Black Deaths from COVID-19
By Kamm Howard
Reparations will cure the racial wealth gap
By Antonia Williams-Gary
AOC wants coronavirus ‘reparations’ for minority communities
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
The movement to hijack Black identity and weaken Black unity.
Evanston Reparations panel looks toward expansion
Evanston outlines plan for reparations
- National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC)
- CBC 2015: NAARC Rolls out Preliminary 10-Point Plan
- Download NAARC’s Preliminary 10-Point Reparations Plan (PDF)
- 2015 Nat’l/Int’l Reparations Summit Final Communiqué
- N’COBRA HR 40 Primer — Seize the Time!
- CARICOM Reparations Ten-Point Plan
- CARICOM Reparations Commission Calls for a Marshall Plan for the Caribbean
- 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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By Barbara Krauthamer – In the 19th century, slaveholders advertised widely for runaway slaves and often hired men to track and capture fugitives. African-American communities offered sanctuary space to the runaways.
By Manisha Sinha The abolition movement was an interracial radical social movement of disfranchised people, men and women, white and black, free and enslaved. Slave resistance lay at its heart. On this Juneteenth, it is important to recall that African Americans were not passive recipients of the gift of freedom but architects of their own liberation. An engraving of fugitive slaves fleeing from Maryland to Delaware by way of the…
June 13, 2016 Press Release Renewed Push for Reparations Was Focus of Atlanta Meetings Members of the National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC) were enthusiastically received in Atlanta June 10th and 11th for two days of meetings, designed to intensify the movement to win reparations for African Americans for centuries of enslavement and generations of damaging discriminatory policies. The primary purpose for the gathering was to give people from the…
By David Love Stolen Generations On May 26, Australia observes National Sorry Day, an acknowledgement of the Stolen Generations of Black indigenous people who were kidnapped from their families in a policy of assimilationism. The title of the holiday itself screams out for more than an apology. According to the National Sorry Day Committee, a May 1997 report to Australia’s federal parliament on the stolen generations of Aboriginal children, “The Bringing…
By Parvathi Menon (The Hindu) inShare Viceroy Lord Canning meets Maharaja Ranbir Singh of Jammu & Kashmir, 9 March 1860. Reparations by Britain to India for the injustices of colonial rule is a fair demand but must take forms other than financial, a group of writers and historians speaking at the 2016 Jaipur Literary Festival held at the South Bank argued. Speaking at a session chaired by writer William Dalrymple, authors…
. May 20, 2016 Your Excellency President Granger, Ministers of Government, Members of the Diplomatic Corps, Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen. I am delighted and honored to send you all warmest greetings of solidarity on behalf of the CARICOM Reparations Commission on the occasion of the International Youth Reparations Relay and Rally and I regret that pressing university business does not permit me to be there in person…
By Richard Sudan In this handout picture taken 15 August 1947, British Governor-General Lord Mountbatten (C) gestures as he rides in a carriage alongside Lady Edwina Mountbatten prior to witnessing the raising of the Indian tricolour for the first time at India Gate in New Delhi. © AFP The world is changing fast. For the first time since the Cold War, the dynamic of power in the world is shifting….