Feb. 4, 2016

United Nations Seeks Solutions For The Black Man's Plight in America

This statement of action directed by the United Nations towards the treatment of black Americans in this country mustn't be allowed to be swept under the rug of ignorance. This statement must be spotlighted, highlighted, liberally shared within all the vital institutions within our communities. We need our collective sharing within our religious institutions, educational institutions, social gathering institutions so that it is immersed in our thought processes to engage positive actions.
 
One specific recommended action is listed below relates to reparations for people of color because of the oppressive actions of racism. In addition there are many other facts and incidents of harm inflicted or noted in the statement. The statement recommended remedies for adjudication of the many harms we as a people are confronted with on a daily basis. Its imperative that every black person in America be made of aware of these findings. We as a community should also openly discuss the proposed recommended actions for change. It's the United Nations my brothers and sisters and we cannot let those with the power to silence these agents recommending change in America. Don't let those ignorant voices of racism be successful in keeping this report in the shadows and away from public debate.
 
"There is a profound need to acknowledge that the transatlantic slave trade was a crime against humanity and among the major sources and manifestations of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance and that Africans and people of African descent were victims of these acts and continue to be victims of their consequences. Past injustices and crimes against African Americans need to be addressed with reparatory justice."
 
http://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=17000&LangID=E