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Educational Trust (M.E.T.)
Mbuya Nehanda Afrikan Women &
The purpose of the 'Mbuya Nehanda Afrikan Women & Reparations Project' is to develop co-produced knowledge about Afrikan women's gendered right to a remedy and reparations which centers Afrikan-Centered Women's perspectives, narratives and cosmologies; in addition to strengthening Afrikan women's political participation and decision-making power in the International Social Movement for Afrikan Reparations (ISMAR).
The M.E.T is being supported by INOSAAR, to develop the ISMAR Archives, a publicly accessible digital reparations archive which will preserve the documentary records and heritage of grassroots reparations campaigning formations and organisations.The ISMAR Archive collection documents the work of key organisations, events, campaign groups and individuals involved in the reparations for the Maangamizi activism from the late 1980's to the present. The collection was created by M.E.T Principal Executive Coordinator, Esther Stanford-Xosei, to record activist activity and campaigns, and to promote and advocate for marginalised reparations groups.
APPCITARJ & Ubuntukgotla Concientization Project
Preparation for Reparations Podcast
The M.E.T's 'Preparation for Reparations' Podcast in association with Soul Law discusses all things reparations, particularly focusing on developments in the International Social Movement for Afrikan Reparations (ISMAR), in link with the Peoples Reparations International Movement (PRIM); and provides concrete suggestions for those seeking to deepen their reparations knowledge and advocacy in furtherance of effecting and securing holistic reparatory justice.
Maangamizi Awareness Month
Being the Reparatory Justice Change Maangamizi Counteraction Programme
This programme focuses on identifying Maangamizi Crime Scenes, developing interventions to counteract the presence or occurence of the Maangamizi and supporting groups and individuals to play their role in transforming Such crimes scenes into Glocal Reparatory Justice Alternative Progression Zones.
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