Reparations or “#GoBackToAfrica” ? The Reality of Overturning Colonial Conditions in St. Pete

Reparations or “#GoBackToAfrica“? St. Pete decides Aug. 29
The movement for reparations to the black community in St. Petersburg, Florida is under attack. Share this video, donate and #VoteJesse on August 29th to ensure genuine unity and justice this mayoral election!

Actions speak louder than words: Jesse Nevel’s platform of reparations to the Black community of St. Petersburg, Florida will undo the injustice caused by current mayor Rick Kriseman’s administration, as the sewage crisis looms, gentrification continues, and the only solution under former mayor Rick Baker or current mayor Rick Kriseman is to continue to oppress the Black community and then increase police containment.

While Paul Congemi, hardly a serious contender for mayor in this race, may have shocked many with his racist outburst which went viral, it’s the colonial conditions facing the Black community of St. Pete which must be addressed now.

Jesse Nevel for Mayor of St. Petersburg Florida and Eritha Akile Cainion for District 6 City Council will bring the city of St. Petersburg into the future by addressing and overturning the oppressive conditions facing the poor, the working class, the homeless, and the Black community in the city of African resistance!  Be sure to support their campaigns which are an example to cities all over the world facing similar crises.



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