National Reparations Awareness Day (NRAD) 2018

HR 40 Primer Seize The Time

Our youth deserve full access to social rights and human rights…Successive administrations, including the present one, have determinedly rejected the idea that economic and social rights are full-fledged human rights, despite their clear recognition not only in key treaties that the United States has ratified but in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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Slavery Disclosure Enforcement: Philadelphia’s Slavery Disclosure Law and Legal Standing at UPenn Law School

“Slavery Disclosure Enforcement: Philadelphia’s Slavery Disclosure Law and Legal Standing” at UPenn Law School Ari Merretazon, Northeast Region Mid Atlantic Coordinator Recently, I was invited by the University of Pennsylvania thanks to the leadership of N’COBRA, Our National Male Co-Chair Kamm Howard and our Northeast Representative Woullard Lett to be a panelist for the

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Reflection on Historical Sexual Violation and the Need to Unapologetically Uplift the Conyers’ Legacy

December 6, 2017 By: Nkechi Taifa Personal Reflection on Historical Sexual Violation and the Need to Unapologetically Uplift the Conyers’ Legacy “As attention is called to the ugly reality of present-day sexual harassment, there must also be attention to the historical sexual violations of Black women during the enslavement era

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Reparations Enforcers

Open Letter to the Staff and Students of the University of Chicago,  Its Trustees and Administrators, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Former President and First Lady Barack and Michelle Obama

N’COBRA’s Open Letter to the Staff and Students of the University of Chicago,  Its Trustees and Administrators, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Former President and First Lady Barack and Michelle Obama The National Coalition of Blacks for Reparation in America, N’COBRA, along with numerous Chicago-area community organizations and businesses, stands in

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Konvwa Gorée 2018

International Reparations Convening

TO ALL PAN-AFRICANS OF THE WORLD Dear sisters, Dear brothers, We thank you for your interest in the Konvwa for Réparasyon 2018 project in Senegal. In the context of: his actions aiming at the REPARATIONS due to the Afro-descendants resulting from the deportation, the transatlantic trade of Africans enslaved then colonized during 4 centuries, and the International Decade of People of African Descent, The International

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GUILTY! University of Chicago’s roots in “crime against humanity.”

N’COBRA male co-chair, Kamm Howard, was a presenter at a University of Chicago (UC) reparations demonstration and rally, in October 2017, inspired by research conducted by 4 graduate students in the history department. Their investigation of events and interrogation of history around the original land on which the university was built unveiled its connection to notorious proponent and beneficiary of African

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Reparations For African Americans An Issue Whose Time Has Come: A Benefit Reception

  Reparations For African Americans An Issue Whose Time Has Come: A Benefit Reception Thursday November 30th, 7PM – Southern University at New Orleans, Conference Center 6400 Res Drive New Orleans With: Members of the National African American Reparations Commission & Special Guest Danny Glover, Samia Nkrumah, Mireille Fanon Mendes-France

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Cointelpro

“Everytime (we) plant a seed they say kill it before it grow” – Black Identity Extremists (BIE) and the New Old World Order

The idea of combat has been presented as having a number of dimensions. Sun Tzu said “The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.“ Our great tactician and philosopher, Amilcar Cabral, said “Always bear in mind that the people are not fighting for ideas, for the

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Racial Restitution Is The Price Of Reconciliation: N’COBRA Northeast Region Update The Society of Jesus/Jesuits:

Reparations, alone (a check in the mail), is not enough. There must be a pre-figured process to negotiate a mechanism with the state, the church, and the academy, to address the full scope of the injury, past, present, and future. Chattel Slavery robbed us of our culture and the ability to achieve self-determination. Fundamentally,

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