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Reparations

We have the right to reparations, restitution and repair aid to combat the nearly 500 years of systemic racism, oppression, persecution, tyranny, genocide and second class citizenship suffered by Africans in the Common Wealth even until this very day. 

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Human Rights

We have a right to organise, craft and control our own Repair & Justice Agenda for basic human rights. 

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Governance

We have the right to govern ourselves and control every aspect of our way of being including but not limited to:

-Our Politics

-Our Treasury

-Our Education

-Our Health Care

-Our Security

-Our History

-Our Agriculture

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Self Determination

We have the right to be self-determined, self-reliant and self-accountable for the future of our current generations. 

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Justice

We have the right to organise and control our own votes for the advancement of our Repair & Justice agenda for basic human rights. 

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Political Party

We have a right to organise and control our own political party to represent our interest in Britains two party dominated system. 

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Political Endorsement

We have a right to endorse, support and fund our own candidates within or outside of the traditional British two party system. 

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Political Boycott

We have the right to boycott any political party and/or reject any candidates nationally and locally who do not fully and authentically align with our Repair & Justice agenda for basic human rights. 

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Political Lobbying

We have a right to negotiate and consider alignment with any candidates nationally or locally who aid in the advancement of our Repair & Justice agenda for basic human rights.

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Electoral Control

We have a right to control and redirect our vote from any party or candidates who do not fully and authentically align with our Repair & Justice agenda for basic human rights.

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Economic Control

We have the right to our own banks and to withdraw funds and redirect them from those who do not fully and authentically align with our Repair & Justice agenda for basic human rights.

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Economic Eco System

We have the right to our own digital currency to provide freedom of money movement, economic security and full sovereignty of our people.

Collaborating with ADPAC

ADPAC is consistently seeking delivery partners to collaborate with ongoing projects.

 

We desire to work with professionals from all backgrounds to contribute to our agenda of improving the British African Diasporas socio-economic position.

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