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Speak Out! - Reparations March 2015:Over 3000 long and still going strong

Did you attend this year’s reparations march or one of the many supporting events? If so how was it for you? Will you be encouraging others to go next year?

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You have to prove to racists what makes them racist. Issues they have are things we may already debate ourselves but racists only see black people. This European racist hypocrisy is from the top down where the likes of Tony Blair can't seem to differentiate between the victims of slavery and the few who helped to sell some - come crunch white racists only see black or in Blairs words we were complicit. Never ever underestimate the significance of the stance taken by the brother in the Abbey!

Wed 30 September 2015, 1:25 pm

3000!! You can just imagine the queue the day babylon strts giving back the money. I've come across nuff slave and bubu class hypocrites who will tell you women being wives before mothers and children born in wedlock are white man things yet they can trace oral sex, sodomy and jizzing in a womans face to some remote village in Africa. Its very imporatnt those spearheaing this thing are genuinely rounded as the real fight to prevent self implosion starts after the so called legal battle is won.

Sat 15 August 2015, 9:32 am

Beautiful African People!! Big up Ligali!!!

Tue 4 August 2015, 11:32 pm

I absolutely went and will encourage (more) others to join the cause next year. It was a warm and inspiring day. Blessed to have been in the company of my people for a few hours.

Angela Singhate, West London
Mon 3 August 2015, 11:14 pm

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