REPARATION March onto Parliament 1st August 2014 ( Black Friday )

Mission statement of Rastafari Movement UK & REPARATION & REPATRIATION COMMITTEE


The R.M.(UK) R.R.C will endeavor to:

Incite acknowledgement of the inhuman treatment inflicted on Afrikans against their will by Europeans and others in their money-making quests. Raise Awareness of the repercussions of the TransAtlantic Traffic in Enslaved Afrikans (TTEA) that are still felt by Afrikans today.


Launch a multi-layered strategic claim for Reparation as part of Restitution for the children of the Afrikans captured and taken to be enslaved on the plantations of the West Indies, North America and Brazil work with the appropriate organisations to develop an effective economical, social and cultural programme that will facilitate a viable option for Afrikans that are due Restitution


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The immoral and inhuman treatment inflicted on Afrikans by the money-making Europeans has never been addressed.

The racist mindset which fueled the Transatlantic Traffic in enslaved Afrikans from the 15th to the late 19th century has not been terminated.

The lack of accountability by those responsible confirms the ongoing racism which creates disproportionate detriment to the offspring of the millions of individuals that were stolen from Afrika.

Today the offspring of the stolen Afrikans encounter direct and indirect racial discrimination daily. This results in poverty, lack of education, unemployment, imprisonment and ill health.

The damage that continues to be inflicted on the continent of Afrika also needs to be addressed in a structured and effective manner.

The blood, sweat and tears of our Ancestors financed the economic base of the United Kingdom. Therefore it is just and fair that Reparation be made to their offspring.

Offspring that have been subjected to atrocious attempts to obliterate their Afrikan heritage, culture and identity. This has created a degree of self-hate and a lack of identity and self esteem.

Reparation must be a viable option for any Descendant of Afrikans captured, enslaved and financially exploited by the Lords Commissioners for Trade and Plantations (UK) and their European counterparts.


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