African Emancipation Day Reparations March 2016

If you were ever unsure about what the reparations movement is all about, or its relevancy to the Black community today, here’s a great place to start.

August (Mosiah) 1st 2016 – This is more than just a march, it is a movement and we are repairing.   

It was a day when the community came out in their thousands to mobilise.
Not even the typical British weather could dampen our spirits and energy, as we marched from Windrush Square to Parliament Square…

The march in itself WILL NOT get us reparations (compensation), however, what it has the ability to do is help us to meet, network, engage with one another and heal together (repair)

Each one teach one!

Pictures from the reparations march below:

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The reparation march in full effect

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Shoulder to shoulder – march underway led by Esther Stanford-Xosei

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Controversy: Protester dressed as a Slave during reparations march 2016

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At Windrush Square before the repair-ations march

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Wise words: Marcus Garvey

Natl Nye and Stella Bell-Gam arriving @ Parliament Square

Nat Nye and Stella Bell-Gam arriving @ Parliament Square

 

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Yisrael with Raspect Fyahbinghi holding The King’s Peace Treaty

 

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Messages @ Parliament Square

 

Petition hand in @ 10 Downing Street

Petition hand in @ 10 Downing Street


Esther Stanford-Xosei
Akala breaks down the Reparations movement in the UK

Akala – Maangamizi – ( lyric video )

 

 

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