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Reparations: Never Too Late To Do What’s Right

“The solutions to racial problems are possible, only if our society can be brought to face up to the massive crime of slavery and all that it has wrought.” “The Debt: What America Owes to Blacks” by Randall Robinson The American people have grappled for over a century with confronting what the brilliant journalist and author the late Randall Robinson …


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Juneteenth Webinar: A Day of Reflection, Education, & Celebration

On Juneteenth, ICNA CSJ hosted a webinar where we reflected on African American struggle in this country today and also spoke about the historic events that have led up to today. Imam Khalid Griggs, Sr. Aisha al-Adawiya, and Imam Dawud Walid spoke during the webinar. Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. Annual …


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ICNA CSJ Statement on Juneteenth National Independence Day Act

Washington DC, June 17th, 2021 ICNA Council for Social Justice applauds the passing of Senate Bill 475 the “Juneteenth National Independence Day Act” which President Biden signed into law today, marking June 19th as a day to commemorate the independence of enslaved people. This bill comes as a time when the truth of slavery within our historical context has been …