Despite COVID-19, the Caribbean Reparations Train Remained on Track in 2020! – PART 2

Despite COVID-19, the Caribbean Reparations Train Remained on Track in 2020! – PART 2

November 2020 was a Reparations month to remember. On November 3, while American voters were busy deciding President Donald Trump’s f...

BRITAIN’S ROLE IN THE RISE AND FALL OF TRANSATLANTIC SLAVERY

BRITAIN’S ROLE IN THE RISE AND FALL OF TRANSATLANTIC SLAVERY

Independent MP William Wilberforce wrote the Slave Trade Act in 1807 which abolished the industry across the British Empire. It was enacted in 1833 The ...

Caribbean campaigners demand Tory MP pays reparations to Barbados because family plantation held slaves from 1640 to 1836

Caribbean campaigners demand Tory MP pays reparations to Barbados because family plantation held slaves from 1640 to 1836

South Dorset MP Richard Drax, 62, own Drax Hall in Saint George, Barbados The plantation had a ...

Despite COVID-19, the Caribbean Reparations Train Remained on Track in 2020! – PART 1

Despite COVID-19, the Caribbean Reparations Train Remained on Track in 2020! – PART 1

2020, Year of COVID-19, was not only about the pandemic. The virus took lives and ruined life for too-many-to-count worldwide. But it also registered event...

How 800 Families Descended From Slaves Could Be Pushed Out by a Bolsonaro-U.S. Base Deal in Brazil

How 800 Families Descended From Slaves Could Be Pushed Out by a Bolsonaro-U.S. Base Deal in Brazil

Antonio Marcos Diniz was only 13 years old when his family was forced to leave their home near Brazil’s Atlantic coast in 1983. Along with 311 other fami...

Reckoning With Slavery: What A Revolt’s Archives Tell Us About Who Owns The Past

Reckoning With Slavery: What A Revolt’s Archives Tell Us About Who Owns The Past

by Marjoleine Kars The consequences of 400 years of the Atlantic slave trade are still felt today. Untangling the power struct...

The University in an Age of Activism

The University in an Age of Activism

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