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Elaine Arkansas

National Groups Honor Pledge to Descendants of Elaine, Arkansas Massacre

By NAARC Posts, News & Current Affairs, Press Releases / Statements, Reparations

First contribution made to support Reparatory Justice priorities In mid-October the National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC), the Fund for Reparations Now (FFRN) and the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference (SDPC) announced their intent to join the descendants of the horrific Elaine Arkansas Massacre still living in the area of the ‘Killing Fields of 1919’ in their demand for reparatory justice. The Elaine massacre occurred during the “Bloody Red Summer” of…

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Elaine Arkansas

National Groups Join Reparatory Justice Initiative in Elaine, Arkansas

By NAARC Posts, News & Current Affairs, Press Releases / Statements, Reparations

National Groups Join Reparatory Justice Initiative in Elaine, Arkansas. Sacred Commemoration Service of Remembrance Is Planned. On the evening of September 30, 1919, African American families had gathered at the Hoop Spur Church in Elaine, AK to discuss the ways in which as sharecroppers they could be fairly paid for their labor and for the products they had…

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Black Labor & White Wealth: A Labor Day Weekend Conversation on Reparations with NAARC

By Events, NAARC Posts, News & Current Affairs, Reparations

Streamed September 6, 2020 — A Labor Day Weekend Conversation on Reparations with the National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC). Hosted by Fund for Reparations NOW! (FFRN!) Participants  Include: David Gardinier, Founder, Fund for Reparations Now (FFRN!) Dr. Ron Daniels, President, IBW21, Convener, NAARC Dr. Julianne Malveaux, NAARC Commissioner, Political Economist and President Emeritus, Bennett College for Women Dr. Iva Carruthers, NAARC Commissioner, General Secretary, Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference Don…

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free men, women, and children in Richmond, Va., 1865

Calling on white Americans: Reparations for slavery are due

By Editors' Choice, Reparations

The legacy of slavery is far from resolved. It persists every day and everywhere. By David Gardinier and Karen Hilfman, The Boston Globe — Since the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis by a white police officer, and the resounding anti-racist uprisings around the world, the concept of reparations has picked up momentum in national conversations and has sparked new public curiosity and interest. Among Black people and their ancestors,…

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

By NAARC Posts, News & Current Affairs, Press Releases / Statements, Reparations

White Activist and Group of Progressives Launch “Fund for Reparations Now” Will Support the National African American Reparations Commission. Los Angeles, CA — As support for reparations for the descendants of enslaved Africans in America continues to build momentum across the country, David Gardinier, a Los Angeles-based racial justice activist, has assembled a group of like-minded White progressives to launch the Fund for Reparations Now (FFRN). The objective of this…

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