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MASS SLAVERY APOLOGY
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Mass Slavery Apology’s activities
Saturday, July 11th
Giant Eclectic Yard Sale
8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
132 Federal Street, Greenfield
Hey local folks, c’mon over!
All sales will support our free monthly programs.
Art, antiques, plants, antique photos, ephemera, Asian imports, small furniture, collectibles, books, household goods, toys, clothes, tools, camping & sports equipment, jewelry, vintage items....
N’zimah’s Essentials body
Email us to learn more or if you want to help out.
Saturday, August 1, Turners Falls: Pocumtuck Homelands Festival. This is a beautiful event organized by our friends at the Nolumbeka Project, with music, Indigenous food and handcrafts, true history, and more. We’ll have a table with information & conversation.
Join us at our free monthly programs in Greenfield:
All programs are at the First Congregational Church of Greenfield, 43 Silver Street, Greenfield MA 01301. (A big thank you to the First Congregational Church of Greenfield for your support!) They are almost always on the first Saturday morning of the month.
More info on all of these to come.
Check out Mass Slavery Apology’s new YouTube channel!
We will be posting videos of our programs, and more. Currently available:
Lives/Black History with Gloria De,Layne Matlock and Adam Matlock
Many thanks to George Aguiar!
Articles, websites, and other resources
- The Atlantic Slave Trade in Two Minutes, an interactive map from Slate
In the Wake of Charleston
- Things Fall Apart: On Mother Emanuel and White Terrorism, by Kirsten West Savali at The Root
- Black Protests vs. White Riots, a new 3-minute film from Brave New Films
- Dear White America: Come and See How Black People Bury Our Dead by Stacey Patton at Dame Magazine
- How You Can Help Rebuild & Where to Speak Out About the 8 Burned Churches by Kenrya Rankin Naasel at Colorlines
- Latest Blow to Black AME Churches In SC: Letters Threaten to Kill Women Pastors and Their Children, by David Edwards at Raw Story
Reparations for Slavery
- An announcement about the John Hope Franklin Presidential Commission and Initiative on Reparatory Justice for People of African Descent in America, from Institute of the Black World, and the proposal to the White House.
- What is Whiteness? by Nell Irvin Painter in the NY Times
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