Why Reparations are Vital

In this week's episode Leyla talks about why reparations are vital to move from the colonising dynamic to recognition of the damage done and how to change this. Continue Reading Why Reparations are Vital

Welcome to the 244th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. This month’s podcast series is all about decolonisation and today for the last episode in the series I am talking about why reparations are vital to shifting the colonising dynamic.

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In today’s show on Why Reparations are vital

  • About my TEDx talk. [00:43]
  • The definition of reparations. [03:09]
  • Five categories of reparations. [04:42]
  • The difference between reparations and repatriation. [08:02]
  • What reparations in the workplace could look like. [11:10]

Quotes on Why Reparations are Vital

  • Reparation is a big topic, and I could spend days talking about it.
  • Reparation as a concept needs to happen at a higher systemic level.
  • Reparations can be directed to the descendants of enslaved people.
  • Many workplaces are happy to lobby on things like smoking, so why can’t they get involved in discussions on Windrush.
  • Equal pay and backdating needs to happen as a form of reparations.

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