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Caribbean Nations Seek Reparations From Europe
A regional organization called the Caribbean Community has taken up cause of compensation for slave...


Caribbean Gathering Focuses on Reparations Battle
On Sept. 16, more than a dozen Caribbean nations continued to make their case for receiving slavery...


Dallas County Officials Approve Slavery Reparations Unknowingly
This week the Dallas County Commissioners Court voted in favor of African-Americans receiving repar...


Ta-Nehisi Coates: Black Progress Rests 'On a Shaky Foundation'
Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses Black progress and believes that distributing reparations is not what sc...


U.K. Police Ordered to Pay Reparations to Former Nigerian Slaves
A U.K. court ordered that four Nigerian ex-slaves be paid £5,000 (about $8,100) each in reparations...


U.N. Urges Reparations Fund for Congo Rape Victims
A United Nations human rights panel concluded that hundreds of thousands people have been raped or ...


Well-known Reparations Activist Dies
A Well-known Reparations Activist Dies...


Black Power Arrives in D.C. But With Some Challenges
South Carolina Trio Accused of Bilking Investors Out of Millions | Timothy McQueen | McQueen | Jose...


Obama Is No Fan of Reparations or Slavery Apology
Senator Barack Obama speaks up about reparations....


News| Race In America | Farrakhan Lays Out Broad Plan for Black America
Do you agree with Farrakhan's plan? Click "Discuss Now" to talk about it. Then Click the Poll link ...


French Leader Brings Reconstruction Plan To Haiti
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) -- President Nicolas Sarkozy is bringing a French plan to rebuild Haiti ...


French Leader's Haiti Visit Revives Bitter Legacy
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Nicolas Sarkozy's visit Wednesday, the first ever by a French preside...


This Day in Black History: Jan. 6, 1989
Rep. John Conyers Jr. introduces bill H.R. 40, a legislation aimed at establishing a commission to ...


This Day in Black History: Oct. 13, 1898
Attorney and judge Edith Spurlock Sampson, the first African-American to be appointed to the United...


In Detroit, Voices of Approval for Decision on John Conyers
Many in Detroit express approval at a judge's decision to allow Rep. John Conyers to have a spot on...


This Day in Black History: April 15, 1996
Truth and Reconciliation Commission begins hearings into apartheid crimes....


U.K. Court Rules Kenyan Torture Victims Can Sue
Britain's High Court ruled Friday that three elderly Kenyans tortured during a rebellion against Br...


Survivor of Alabama Church Bombings Wants Millions in Compensation
Sarah Collins Rudolph, the lone survivor of a 1963 Alabama church bombing that killed four Black gi...


Bachmann Speaks Out Against Black Farmers Settlement
Speaking from the campaign trail, Rep. Michele Bachmann said the Black farmers settlement is ineffi...


Black Farmers Closer to Final Settlement Approval
Black farmers who won their lawsuit against the USDA for discrimination now await final approval of...

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