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HR-40, Working on a National Plan for Reparations. Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee

Working on a National Plan for Reparations

By Editors' Choice, Reparations, Video/Audio

NowThis releases a powerful video on HR-40 featuring interviews with Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee and Dr. Ron Daniels, Convener of the National African Reparations Commission. See video below Watch Video H.R. 40 could help make reparations for Black Americans a reality on a national scale — here’s what you need to know about the landmark bill and where it stands.

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Screenshot: Ice Cube responds to backlash over Trump collaboration

Why Ice Cube’s political logic is so dangerous

By Commentaries/Opinions

By Peniel E. Joseph (CNN) — Ice Cube, the legendary Generation X rapper and hip hop icon, last week said he’s open to working with the Trump administration on implementing his “Contract with Black America.” That is a huge mistake which hurts the entire African American community. Cube sparked controversy after tweeting that the Trump campaign made adjustments to “their plan” for Black America after talking to him. Cube was…

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The Dangers of ADOS: How ADOS Movement Promotes anti-Blackness, Online Violence & Voter Suppression

By Commentaries/Opinions

On Tuesday, September 8, 2020, the Pan African Congress, North American Delegation held an in-depth overview of how the ADOS (American Descendants of Slavery) movement is harmful to the Black community by promoting divisive anti-Black rhetoric, white supremacy, online violence against the Black community, and voter suppression. The webinar was presented the Pan African Congress, North American Delegation Communications Chair, Jessica Ann Mitchell Aiwuyor. Source: J.A.M. Aiwuyor YouTube

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I Can’t Breathe! — The Black Lives Matter movement from a Barbados/Caribbean perspective

By Editors' Choice

A multi-dimension film that explores the Black Lives Matter movement from a Barbados/Caribbean perspective. Featuring: Eddy Grant Anthony “Gabby” Carter David Comissiong Robert “Bobby” Clarke Trevor Marshall Luci Hammans Alex Downes Peter “Adonijah” Alleyne Aida Gerbremariam Riddim Tribe Dance Collective Produced/Choreographed by: Aisha Comissiong

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Al Jazeera — Should Britain pay Reparations for its part in the slave trade? Sir Hilary Beckles, vice-chancellor of the University of the West Indies and chairman of the CARICOM Reparations Committee, tells us what the UK should do.

Should Britain pay reparations for its part in the slave trade?

By Reparations

British banks, prime ministers and parish vicars made millions from the slave trade. Plus Wirecard’s missing billions. The toppling of slave owner Edward Colston’s statue amid the Black Lives Matter protests has raised some uncomfortable questions about the United Kingdom’s role in the slave trade. The transportation of more than a million Africans as part of the triangle trade helped build the British economy. Sir Hilary Beckles, vice-chancellor of the…

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National African American Reparations Commission’s Plan for Reparations with Dr. Ron Daniels

By Reparations

Jan Roberts, founder and president of Cultural Innovations in Action interviews Dr. Ron Daniels, President of IBW21 and Convener of NAARC. June 20, 2020 — Veteran social and political activist Dr. Ron Daniels was an independent candidate for President of the United States in 1992. He is the founder & president of Institute of Black World 21st Century and administrator for the National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC), which has…

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Saturday, May 30, 2020 - A rally and march by People’s Organization Progress is held to protest the police killing of George Floyd. The (now former) officer, Derek Michael Chauvinhas been charged with 3rd degree and manslaughter.

You’ve stormed the gate. What comes next?

By Commentaries/Opinions

If this wave of young people are organized, registered to vote and prepared to overwhelm the ballot box in November, showing their rage in a river of discontent through politics, then they will have found the stepping stones toward the new America they seek. And their work in the streets of America will achieve a different meaning, Junius Williams says. By Junius Williams, NJ.com — In the streets of America,…

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George Floyd Mural

George Floyd and the Disease of White Supremacy in America and in the World

By Commentaries/Opinions

By Bashir Muhammad Akinyele — “In order for us to move forward, we must look back.” -Sankofa proverb (A saying from the Akan people of Ghana) “Black Lives Matter” -The Peoples Chant Against Racial and Police Violence As many of us march in the streets of America and the world for justice for George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and all victims of racial and police violence in the Black community; I…

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