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A Film Documents the Rastafarian Fight for Reparations for Slavery

Screening August 18 at JACK, The Price of Memory follows a group of Jamaican Rastafarians as they petition the British Crown for reparations. The post A Film Documents the Rastafarian Fight for Reparations for Slavery appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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