Reparation Petition for those of African descent in America
- Anthony W. Williams
- Closed on
Thank you for your support, however this must not be the right time for our people to take this matter seriously. Together we stand unbreakable. Until further notice, God Bless.
This petition is designed for reparations as Promised by the United States Government, by proxy, for those of African descent whose forefathers/mothers were forcefully removed from our homeland, deprived of their human rights, sold like cattle, treated without humanity, separated from their families for life, beaten, killed, raped, tarred and feathered, hanged, etc., given no compensation for the building of America and worst of all, programmed with the Willie Lynch doctrine which is still at work today.
The United States government has been instrumental in pressuring the German and Japanese governments into paying reparations to the people who suffered and survived the crimes and legacy of slavery endured during World War II. The United States government has also paid reparations to Japanese-Americans who were detained in concentration camps during World War II.
As African-Americans, we are entitled to, and the American government is indebted to us, and is therefore obligated to provide long and over-due Reparations to African-Americans for the atrocious crime of Slavery which is important to the future of ALL African-Americans.
Compensation through education.
We, the undersigned, petition for Reparation justice as promised and owed by the United States Government without further delay, which is the right of those of African descent whose forefathers/mothers were tortured and provided free labor for over 200 years to the United States under the system of Slavery, and we support House Bill HR40, the Reparation Bill Sponsored by Congressman John Conyers.
LINK TO NCOBRA WHICH DEFINES REPARATIONS AND LINK TO HOUSE BILL HR40 BELOW:
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