Reparations or Revolution? (2007)

Introduction During the weekend of June 22, 2007, the National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (N’COBRA), sponsored a gathering in Philly.  The aim of the conference was to build and channel a broad base of mass energy towards winning reparations for Blacks in Amerika; to repair the ongoing suffering and negative effects we’ve […]

On Race and Justice: An Apology, An Indictment

Posted on April 24, 2012 by Abby Zimet from Common Dreams While many people view “Stand Your Ground” laws as today’s symbol for what’s wrong with our criminal justice system, a suggestion we look deeper and further – to the country’s long history of racial bias in jury selection, especially in death penalty cases. Last […]