Why We Can’t Wait- Reparations In the United States - Human Rights Watch’s US Director @nicoleaustinhillery spoke with @nkechitaifa, Human Rights Attorney and Convener
Nina Turner Interviews Nkechi Taifa on November 12, 2020.
Topic: Piercing Issues & Black Power, Black Lawyer
NKECHI TAIFA talks about institutional racism and how prosecutors are trained to do wrong
NKECHI TAIFA talks about helping the Black Panthers, graduating from law school, and being arrested
NKECHI TAIFA talks about examples of systemic racism in real time
NKECHI TAIFA - Black Pride, Black History and The Mass Incarceration Experiment
NKECHI TAIFA on the choice of many black people to live outside the American system
Breakout - Striking the Balance: Sentencing and Public Safety
Talk: "Prison, Women, and Change: A Conversation with Nkechi Taifa and Susan Rosenberg"
The Era of Mass Incarceration
Sentenced for Life: Considering the Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions
Judge Patricia Wald Presents the Washington Lawyers' Committee Wiley Branton Award to Nkechi Taifa
Nkechi Taifa Accepts the Washington Lawyers' Committee Wiley Branton Award
The Tulsa Massacre and the Destruction of Black Wall Street | The Case for Reparations and H.R. 40
Reparations Now — The Black American Claim, Nkechi Taifa's Keynote Address and Q&A Session
CBC Reparations Panel - Hon. Cong. John Conyers & Dr. Ron Daniels
CBC Reparations Panel - Cong. Conyers's Closing Remarks
BET TV's "Our Voices" with Bev Smith
Marcus Garvey Presidential Pardon
Dr. Julius Garvey and others spoke about the request for a posthumous presidential pardon filed by descendants of Marcus Garvey, who was convicted of mail fraud in 1923. Dr. Garvey is the son of Marcus Garvey, who is most famous for his black nationalist philosophy advocating African Americans return to Africa in the 1910s and early 1920s.
On Democracy Now 1997 About the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, Taifa speaks about reparations and the history of Blacks in America. Taifa’s segment was originally taped at a reparations conference in Atlanta, GA.
Under Siege: Police Militarization and Ethnic and Racial Dynamics - Panel I - The Issues