HELP US FIX H.R. 40

What is H.R. 40?

Commission to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African-Americans Act

This bill establishes the Commission to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African-Americans. The commission shall examine slavery and discrimination in the colonies and the 

United States from 1619 to the present and recommend appropriate remedies. Among other 

requirements, the commission shall identify (1) the role of federal and state governments in 

supporting the institution of slavery, (2) forms of discrimination in the public and private sectors against freed slaves and their descendants, and (3) lingering negative effects of slavery on living African-Americans and society.

Currently, H.R. 40 is flawed!

Here is how you can help fix it to work for you as an Black American Descendant of Chattel Slavery, or as an ally working toward our restorative justice claim.

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DEMAND REPARATIONS FOR BLACK AMERICAN DECENDANTS OF U.S. CHATTEL SLAVERY AND A BLACK AGENDA FOR ALL BLACK AMERICANS

As a specific group with a specific justice claim, the #ADOS movement demands reparations that addresses the losses from slavery, Jim Crow, redlining, convict leasing, mass incarceration and immigration.

 #FIXHR40  #FIXS1083  

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For more information and to see our FULL BLACK AGENDA please visit www.naasd.org

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