Supporting Organizations committed to Reparations

An important part of our work is partnering with grassroots organizations, as they advance demands for reparations. We provide advocacy tools, research, and support capacity building. Below are some of our fantastic partners and their current projects that we are supporting. If you would like to partner with AARN, join the Redress Network and contact us for more information.

House Panel Advances Bill to Study Reparations in Historic Vote - The New  York Times
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The Fund for Reparations Now

We are supporting The Fund for Reparations Now and their Red Summer 1919-2021 Digital Memoria. This is a collaborative project between the National African American Reparations Commission and The Fund for Reparations Now. The goal is to share the stories of the Red Summer 1919 in real time over the course of 2021 that no American should enter 2022 ignorant of this historical period.

The Red Summer took place over an eight month period in which anti-Black riots and lynchings occurred across the South into the North and the Midwest. 

There will be some 80 posts beginning April 13th and extending through the month of November to acknowledge and educate about the occurrences that comprise of the Red Summer. Each post will have a date, a geographical location, and in some cases, individual victims to memorialize.

Africatown, Atlanta

This project will support the efforts of Africatown CHESS. The objective of this project is to create a historic walking tour for the Africatown community.

Part of the tour will include the cemetery of Africatown where the enslaved peoples who were brought illegally to Atlanta in 1860 are buried. The enslaved peoples arrived to the U.S. on board the Clotilda. The Clotilda was the last ship to make the transatlantic trip with enslaved Africans on board. This occurred long after the importation of enslaved peoples from Africa was banned. To hide the evidence, the ship was burned and sunk in the Mobile River. 


The Amendment Project aims to mobilize college-age students to lobby city councils for reparations resolutions as well as bring reparations further into our political discourse. TAP is currently working on a Boston, Massachusetts-based campaign.