In his new film series, the director wants to vanquish any idea that British racism is somehow more repressed and less violent than the American kind.
By Doreen St. Félix
One way to measure a filmmaker’s commitment to his subject is to look at the not so minor details, such as costumes, wigs, and food. If the […]
The Republican congressman disingenuously suggested his racist birther tweet was about reparations for slavery.
– By Bruce C.T. Wright
As it became resoundingly apparent that Donald Trump‘s desperate attempt to overturn the election’s results will not work, one of his loyal minions in congress decided to renew a baseless and racist birther conspiracy […]
Friends share a bicycle through the Cite Soleil slum of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Since gaining independence from colonial Europe, most Caribbean countries have experienced low to no growth and a critical erosion of human-development gains. Most Caribbean countries have had a negative evolution in the HDI ranking over the past decade or so. Haiti, which the […]
Lloyd’s of London launches an internal investigation in response to pressure from Black employees and racial-equality campaigners
By Simon Clark
Lloyd’s of London has launched an internal investigation into its role in the trans-Atlantic slave trade in part to determine whether it is on the hook to pay reparations.
The 332-year-old insurance market is responding to pressure […]
Supervisor Shamann Walton, pictured at a June rally to commemorate the life of George Floyd and others killed by police, introduced legislation Tuesday that would create a 15-member advisory board charged with creating a plan for reparations. Kevin N. Hume/ S.F. Examiner
By Joshua Sabatini
San Francisco would establish a 15-member advisory body to draft a plan […]
The statue of Lord Nelson, located in National Heroes Square, Bridgetown, will be removed from that location on November 16, 2020 — International Day of Tolerance, as designated by the United Nations 50 years ago.
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office, with responsibility for Culture, John King, whose office is leading the project, described the decision […]
The Gleaner presents the first in the new monthly guest column, ‘Reparation Time’, in association with The Centre for Reparation Research (CRR) at The University of the West Indies. The mandate of the CRR, established by The UWI in 2016 at the request of Heads of Government of CARICOM, and launched officially in October 2017, […]