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Thematic Hearing on Reparations for Slavery

On Tuesday, September 24, 2019, a delegation for the thematic hearing on Reparations for Slavery and other forms of Structural Discrimination convened a hearing at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. 

 

In anticipation of this hearing, several organizations offered letters of support: 

 

Law for Black Lives

Harvard Prison Divestment Campaign

National Education Association

National Conference of Black Lawyers

 

Members of the delegation include: 

 

Justin Hansford, Howard University School of Law

Carlton Waterhouse, Howard University School of Law

Eric James Miller, LMU Loyola Law School

Attorney Nkechi Taifa, Co-Founder of N'COBRA, Convenor of Justice Roundtable

Melsande Columb, descendant of the Georgetown 272

Eddie Slaughter, President American Agricultural Association

 

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