By Justin Hansford, ACLU — It is common for nations where mass atrocities have taken place to engage in the process of reparation and repair. This process happened in Germany after the Holocaust, South Africa after apartheid, and here in the United States, forty years after the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. As a result, international human rights bodies have sought to lend their expertise to the process, often by…
Could No Longer Wait!
The National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC), an initiative of IBW 21st Century has been at the forefront of the global reparations movement. This is a winnable fight but your financial engagement is needed to keep pushing!