Professor Verene Shepherd Key Note Address
The National for Tuesday, May 19 — The environment and COVID-19; reopenings increase.
Dr. Marsha Pearce – Symposium Art Curator – Capitalism and Slavery Visual Depiction.
Professor Verene Shepherd – Greetings from Centre for Reparations Research.
Mrs. Erica Williams-Connell, daughter of former Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago Eric Williams.
Dr. Hilary Brown Greeting from CARICOM Secretariat
PVC Professor Brain Copeland, Principal, UWI St Augustine Campus – Welcome Remarks
Capitalism and Slavery 75 Years Later – Dr Heather Cateau – Greetings
The CARICOM Reparations Commission in collaboration with the UWI Centre for Reparation Research and the Faculty of Humanities and Education at the […]
Generations of racism created the conditions that made African Americans more susceptible to COVID-19, and reparations are the way to address that injustice.
By Corey Kilgannon nytimes.com – May 11, 2020
Princeton University has announced its first black valedictorian in its 274-year history.
The novel Coronavirus Pandemic has revealed the longstanding disparities in health conditions for African Americans in the United States. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said she was “shocked” and “disturbed” upon learning that black Chicagoans, who make up 30 percent of the city’s residents, accounted for 70 percent of the fatalities. “Those numbers take your breath […]
Address by Prime Minister Gaston Browne during the Caribbean Reparations Commission Regional Symposium on Western Banking, Colonialism and Reparations.
October 10, 2019
I bring no special expertise or unique perspective to the issue of reparations. However, I am here primarily to signify my personal commitment to the fight […]