Triple Presentation To Highlight Online Caribbean Schools Reparations Lecture

Castries, Saint Lucia, November 24, 2020:– Saint Lucian and other Caribbean schools will join the third monthly Online Caribbean Schools’ Reparations Lecture on Thursday morning, to discuss aspects of Caribbean History not necessarily taught at regional schools, but necessary for better understanding the region’s present.

The topic for the viral November 26 educational event sponsored by […]

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The Case for Climate Reparations

Either we allow climate migrants to move in, or we compensate these refugees financially for the damages caused by our greenhouse gas emissions.
By Mimi Sheller

A man, displaced by Hurricane Eta in Honduras, cooks plantains in a refugee camp along the median of a highway in San Pedro Sula.Seth Sidney Berry/Zuma

This piece was originally published in […]

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The Catholic Church Is Responding to Indigenous Protest With Exorcisms

LaRazaUnida cover the Fray Junípero Serra Statue in protest at the Brand Park Memory Garden across from the San Fernando Mission in San Fernando on June 28, 2020. – KEITH BIRMINGHAM, PASADENA STAR-NEWS / SCNG

BY Charles Sepulveda, Truthout

On this day, Indigenous activists in New England and beyond are observing a National Day of Mourning to […]

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Recognizing the Past, Repairing the Present, Building the Future

Event Under the High Patronage of the European Parliament

Inaugural Commemoration of the European Day for the Abolition of the Slave Trade in the European Parliament

Virtual Event on the Histories and Legacies of the Transatlantic Trade and Enslavement of Africans and People of African Descent in Europe and the Caribbean with a Screening of the Documentary […]

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