From Reparations to solidarity to imagining what comes after. We talk with writer and human rights lawyer Anthony Morgan about the case for reparations being paid to the descendants of African slaves. Anthony also suggests that instead of settler, we talk about being displanted, forcibly removed and planted elsewhere, and the repeated ways that this has happened to Black communities. We end by imagining what comes next, and the power and resistance to be found in building relationships between Black and Indigenous people.

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Reparations and solidarity with Human Rights Lawyer Anthony Morgan