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Reparations Take Off in Jamaica

Greetings, Members of the IRSGroup
I am pleased to announce that, after positive discussions with a
progressive radio personality, the Launch of the Jamaica Reparations
Movement will take place on Sunday, February 3, 2002 from 7-9 a.m.
on the IRIE-FM radio programme "Running African", whose host Andrea
Williams will be MC.

JaRM Steering Committee Members speaking will be:

Barbara Makeda Blake Hannah Background to JaRM
Ambassador Dudley Thompson Pan African Overview of Reparations
Chief Pearnel Charles Reparations Compensating free labour
Lord Anthony Gifford International Lawyers for Reparations
Dr.Verene Shepherd, UWI Historical Research Sub-Committee
Mutabaruka Rastafari Response
Mrs. Sheila Monteith,Min. of Foreign Affairs -- UN Liaison
Mr. Buddy Larrier, Barbados Caribbean Connection

Special Guest Speaker Professor Charles Ogletree,
Harvard Law School US Reparations movement
(awaiting confirmation)

We will also have cultural contributions and call-in endorsement
from selected national organisations.

Further details of the Launch will be posted as they are confirmed,
including a website address where you can join the thousands of
Jamaicans who will tune in to this extremely popular Sunday morning
Jamaican radio show to listen to the Launch.


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