Reparations Tuesday - This Afternoon at 500 Camp St!
- View SourceReparations Tuesday
OLDEST MAN IN AMERICA AND OTHER CHILDREN OF SLAVES TO FILE
SLAVERY REPARATIONS ACTIONS AGAINST CORPORATIONS.
In an effort referred to as Reparations Tuesday, on Tuesday, September
3, 2002 the oldest man in America, 119-year-old Edice Bankhead of
Corinth, Mississippi (the son of a slave), four other children of
slaves, and three slaves descendant will file class actions salvery
reparations lawsuits around the nation on behalf of 35 million Africans
American descended from enslaved Africans against corporations that
benefited from slavery.
In Louisiana, noted Genealogist Antoinette Harrell-Miller, and
lawyer/researcher Raymond Johnson, both descendants of enslaved Africans
will file a class action slavery lawsuit.
PLACE: 500 Camp Street, The Federal Court Building
TIME: 3:30 p.m
WHEN: Tuesday; September 3, 2002
Please come out and support this worthy cause.
By all means bring signs supporting REPARATIONS