Wrap Up of this Historic Black Historic Month with the African Diaspora Directorate ​in DC

Wrap Up of this Historic Black Historic Month with the African Diaspora Directorate ​in DC


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Thomas Fahr Steyer is an American hedge fund manager, philanthropist, environmentalist, liberal activist, fundraiser, and candidate in the 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries who said we should do Reparations. We agree, here is the Plan.


In the case of #Reparations, we asked, in 2014, for $5T USD for Black Folks and $1T USD for Indigenous People using the UN’s 2015 Universal Periodic Review of the USA. The government said, then, in 2016, – no.

NOW the African Diaspora Directorate is going After this money in the #BlackFolksPlan of 2020, the year of Remembrance and Return.

After 7 years of work (2012-2019) it is the year of Remembrance and Return from August 25th 2019 to August 25th 2020. It is the year for those of African Heritage to return to triumph after 400 years (1619-2019) in the American British Colonies, as recognized by law by the US Federal Government on January 8th 2018. A date which was celebrated on August 25th 2019. That is when the African Diaspora Directorate started on the update.

2020 Reparations Update

Accounting for inflation through 2019, the #BlackFolksPlan, with an interim update on February 4th 2020, if we use the $20,000 that the Japanese received for 3 years in Concentration Camps (1942-1945), then we asked for funding it would be $1,114,463.18 per person in 2020 dollars if applied to the 4,660,920 Africans in 1866, at the end of the civil war, August 20 1866. 

Then the total amount is $5,194,423,160,011.97 or $5.2T but if is on the descendants of those Africans, who we guessed numbered over 42,020,743 in 2019, then the amount is $46,830,570,800,485.00.

$6T Reparations ask for Black Folk in the 2020 Updated



400 Years of African-American History Commemoration

In August 1619, 20 enslaved Africans were brought to Point Comfort in the English colony of Virginia—this site is now part of Fort Monroe National Monument.

As recorded by English colonist John Rolfe, the arrival of “20 and odd” African men and women at Point Comfort in late August 1619, was a pivotal moment in the nation’s history. Stolen by English privateers from a Spanish slave ship and brought to Point Comfort on a ship called the White Lion, these natives of west central Africa are believed to have been traded for food and supplies. They were the first Africans to be brought to English North America. The site of the ship’s arrival is the present site of Fort Monroe National Monument in Hampton, Virginia.

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