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There is one indisputable fact that those heirs and benefactors of Slavery, throughout the World, cannot escape is their DNA connections to their ancestor's disenfranchised offsprings.

 

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Everyone will have their own take on Reparation.

 

Here in  America, I agree after Emancipation there are countless cases of injustices supported by this Government's "Jim Crow Laws," to me that is Restitution.

 

In the Eyes of Reason, Reparations, for THEM it would mean admitting and accepting responsibility and the liabilities; that is not going to happen.

What is needed is to be treated justly under the laws and granted the same opportunities that governs all citizens of the United States. 

Compensation for Our exploitation by American businesses is another issue of Reparation. To me that would mean: scholarships, training, grants, job opportunities, promotions, partnerships, health insurances, etc., from these corporations, foundations, trust and their heirs.

As for ancestral lands, We as descendants of slavery should be looking to West Africa from whence We're indigenous. Those nations owe Us a lot more than just Reparation, they owe Us Repatriation for trading Us in to Bondage.  

 

Millions Africans were not only enslaved, mutilated, murdered, raped, and they were also disenfranchised. Reparations would be considered pocket change compared to what may be owed through bloodline connections to great-great-grand parents who denied and lied on legal documents to  whom were their true heirs.     

 

 

I feel that the same documentations regarding culpability, liability, statues of limitation, etc., for reparations would also applied toward the DNA connections to the same wealthy benefactors and criminals of Slavery around the World. 

Posted By: Ivan Butcher II
Sunday, February 22nd 2015 at 5:41PM
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Sunday, February 22nd 2015 at 10:41PM
Gregory Boulware, Esq.
Brother Butcher,

Amen to these powerful words.


Sunday, February 22nd 2015 at 11:15PM
Deacon Ron Gray
The issue remains, integration or segregation.
Monday, February 23rd 2015 at 5:44AM
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