We have several products that we are selling to help raise funds for the March.
5. Fridge Magnets
Please Support our Fundraising Campaign!
We need to raise hire costs for Windrush Sq, Public Liability Insurance, Mobility Transport for Elders, Health and Safety Equipment, Portaloos, Staging, Lost Children's Area and more!
You can contribute via gofundme.com/ukmarch or see our bank details in the photo on your left. A full budget of what is needed is available on the GofundMe site. Click here to donate!
You can find further details on this and download the Policy and Stalls Application Form under the Reparations Rebellion tab/page here.
Afrikan Emancipation Day Reparations March has evolved iinto a Pan- Afrikan Reparations Rebellion Groundings since 1st Mosiah 2020.
Whilst we still deliver the petition on 1st Mosiah to 10 Downing St (when Covid-19 restrictions are lifted), we no longer march from Windrush Square to Parliament Square.
Now, since 2020, the main purpose of the Pan-Afrikan Reparations Rebellion Groundings is to showcase our Afrikan Heritage Communities self-repairs initiatives locally, nationally and internationally.
We aim to build ovastanding and demonstrate that the achievement of a future restored Nation (Maatubuntuman) in a climate of global justice (Ubuntudunia) iis necessary and possible. To establish Maatubuntuman in Ubuntudunia is the overarching strategic goal of our efforts to secure Pan-Afrikan Reparations so we need to build knowledge and effect implementation of this through grounding with our brothers and sisters and engaging our people in this international social movement for Afrikan Reparations beyond the onle day when we continue to gather.
So what are groundings? An explanation can be found here via our partner website stopthemaangamizi.com
So how are we still a March Committee? We have reframed the word march to demonstrate a process towards our strategic goals. We take inspiration from musician Ossie Davis who said:
“We gotta fight!, the March to freedom, and the March to equality was in process when I was born, I just got on board. I suspect when they let me off and put me in one of those quiet places forever, the March will still be going on, and I will be able to tell history that, at least, when I was alive, there was a place for me in the line of March. You should be happy to say as much. That’s the reward for being alive, to be part of the struggle.”
Ossie Davis, Activist, Actor, Author
So we will still be showcasing, disrupting locally and bulding our capacity to secure reparatory justice. We must remember our goals will not be achieved by a one day event. We need you to continue the strategic work, the influencing, lobbying, challenging and organising all year round. It is the work we do the other 364 days of the year that makes 1st Mosiah possible - it is a means, not an end. Join us!
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