Category Archives: Africa

Caribbean Repara­tory Jus­tice Pro­gram: Ten Point Action Plan

Submitted by Jahpaint
Citadelle Lafer­rire, Haiti

Citadelle Lafer­rire, Haiti

1.FULL FOR­MAL APOL­OGY, 2.REPAT­RIA­TION, 3.INDIGE­NOUS PEO­PLES DEVEL­OP­MENT PRO­GRAM, 4.CUL­TURAL INSTI­TU­TIONS, 5.PUB­LIC HEALTH CRI­SIS, 6.ILLIT­ER­ACY ERAD­I­CA­TION, 7.AFRICAN KNOWL­EDGE PRO­GRAM, 8. PSY­CHO­LOG­I­CAL REHA­BIL­I­TA­TION, 9. TECH­NOL­OGY 10. TRANS­FER,DEBT CAN­CEL­LA­TION

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Reparations is Not a Nicety, it is an Absolute Necessity

Submitted by Ras Jahaziel
http://www.rastafarivisions.com

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Not only is it a neces­sity for those that were enslaved and BRO­KEN and DOMES­TI­CATED, but it is also a neces­sity if moral equi­lib­rium is to be restored to a world that has become totally vam­pire oriented.

Read more: http://www.rastafarivisions.com/readingroom-654/reparations-is-a-necessity

Slave Merchant’s Notebook Confirms the Sorry Tale of the Slave Trade

A wealthy slave merchant's 270-year-old notebook and business log (pictured) has revealed a chilling insight into the slave trade and attitudes to human trafficking - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/

A wealthy slave merchant’s 270-year-old notebook and business log (pictured) has revealed a chilling insight into the slave trade and attitudes to human trafficking – http://www.dailymail.co.uk/

It seems unconscionable human beings of any era would be of such a ‘mind’ to treat fellow human beings like chattel (cattle). To compound the thought many slave traders of the day in the Mother Country labelled themselves Christians. BU dares to ask what has changed in 2014 compared to nearly 300 years ago. One sees the political directorate plying their nonsense  in our parliament and the number of millionaires being generated at the bat of an eye.   The same occurred when our ancestors sold us out for the proverbial ‘mess of potage’ all those years ago. The more things change the more they remain the same.

Here is  a related link: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2552473/Bristol-merchant-Cranfield-Bechers-notebook-shows-slaves-treated.html