Louisville – All Diamonds Are Blood Diamonds!

All Diamonds Are Blood Diamonds
Reparations Now! Africa’s Resources in Africa’s Hands!
This event is a call to action for white people to return diamonds and other stolen resources back to African people as a form of reparations. All Diamonds are Blood Diamonds is a national speaking tour by the Uhuru Solidarity Movement, under the leadership of the African People’s Socialist Party.
Learn more about why this campaign is so urgent by reading the January 2019 article “All diamonds are blood diamonds: There is no diamond not covered with the blood of African people!” by Penny Hess, Chairwoman of the African People’s Solidarity Committee:
Wednesday, March 27th from 6 to 8 PM EST
@ First Unitarian Church, Library Room
809 S 4th St, Louisville, KY 40203
Wheelchair Accessible
Contact information:
727 888 3797

New York City – All Diamonds Are Blood Diamonds!

Long revered as rare, benign gems symbolizing the ideals of beauty and everlasting love, diamonds are the desired gift for engagements, anniversaries, graduations, or simply as an expression of love. Diamonds are thought to be the makings of heirlooms, something to pass down from generation to generation with ever appreciating value.

These myths about the diamond trade, however, couldn’t be further from the truth. This is a look into the reality of diamonds and the real price of this seemingly innocent stone for millions of African people and others who live on the other end of the equation.

Perhaps these facts about the diamond trade can help open our eyes to the deeper reality of an entire social system built on violence, slavery, genocide and the degradation of others in order to create a generous lifestyle for us, the white people.

Everything on this land stolen from the indigenous people, in an economy built on African slavery and colonialism around the world, has an ugly story just under the surface. The story of diamonds is just one of them.


Sunday, February 24
7:00 – 8:30 pm EST
Solidarity Center @ TBG (Theresa Byrnes Gallery)
616 E 9th St, New York, NY 10009
Yejide Orunmila, President of African National Women’s Organization (ANWO)
Penny Hess, African People’s Solidarity Committee
Register on Eventbrite HERE.