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CARIBBEAN | A Grass Roots Perspective on Reparations – An On-line Forum, Sunday July 12, 2020

KINGSTON, Jamaica - July 2, 2020- As the struggle against systemic anti-Black and other forms of racism continues to reverberate across the world, peoples across the Caribbean and Latin American region are being strongly encourage to participate in a virtual reasoning entitled “Reparations For Afrikans (Diaspora and Continental) and the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas - a Grass Roots Perspective’’, slated for Sunday July 12, starting at 11AM – 3.15PM.

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Why Japanese-Americans received reparations and African-Americans are still waiting

In June, the United States House of Representatives held a debate about reparations to African-Americans. One of the questions in this discussion is why Japanese-Americans received reparations for their internment by the U.S. federal government during the Second World War, yet African-Americans have yet to receive reparations for their ancestors’ enslavement or for other crimes committed against them.

CARICOM | List of Countries Targeted for Reparations Expanded

KINGSTON, June 12, 2019 -  Vice-Chair of the CARICOM Reparations Commission (CRC), Prof Verene Shepherd has revealed that the CRC was in the process of preparing a new round of letters of demand to be presented to additional countries identified as participants in the trafficking of enslaved Africans to the Caribbean.

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UNITED STATES | The case for African American reparations, explained

For the first time, most major Democratic presidential contenders are talking about whether the U.S. government should consider paying reparations to the descendants of African Americans who were enslaved and suffered from large-scale racial discrimination.

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