I believe in reparations:
Help me raise $200 for the campaign for A Day in Solidarity with African People.
Reparations to African people for slavery is a very profound issue. Just google “reparations” and see that this question has entered the mainstream discussions about the situation in Ferguson, Missouri.
“Reparations in action” is a practice that the Uhuru Movement has developed since they created the African People’s Solidarity Committee, which is a an organization of whites and other allies that works to build a movement of white people’s reparations.
For a deeper understanding of why I believe that reparations are due from not only the U.S. and European government’s and corporations, but from regular white people, see this video by Penny Hess, the chair of the African People’s Solidarity Committee and author of Overturning the Culture of Violence:
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