A collaboration with
Howard University Thurgood Marshall Civil Rights Center Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs
Promoting Reparation Efforts
AARN seeks to address racial injustice through the pursuit of reparations.
We provide technical assistance to local redress efforts through research, capacity-building, advocacy, and education.
Learn about our collaborations with Evanston, IL Restorative Housing Program, Brown Grove Preservation Group, VA, Africatown, AL.
Mapping Local Reparations
We are documenting community redress efforts across the country. Explore specific historical injustices, historical eras, reparations and individual states
What’s Happening Now
Richmond Times Dispatch • SEPTEMBER 13, 2021 Hanover's historic Brown Grove community allowed to search for graves at the planned Wegmans ...Read More
The US government wants to make amends by providing billions of dollars in debt forgiveness for farmers of color as ...Read More
Washington Post • AUGUST 4, 2021 Why African American residents-turned-activists are trying to block a supermarket chain from building a ...Read More
Black Farmers In Search of Justice The agriculture industry in the United States reflects some of the most devastating truths ...Read More
Ald. Robin Rue Simmons says her grandparents drew that line for her, telling her where not to go. This effort’s ...Read More
By Skylar Mitchell and Suzanne Malveaux, CNN Wed March 24, 2021 (CNN) Officials in the Chicago suburb of Evanston voted ...Read More
Courtesy of The Washington Star Rita Moseley, a Prince Edward County Student denied an education, spoke to her experience. “Equal ...Read More
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Our network provides vital resources and research for racial redress efforts, and includes many local, regional and national racial justice organizations. We hope you can join our great network of activists, academics and policy makers.