What Good Is Freedom Without Justice,
Human Rights and Reperations?
For over 400 years, more than 15 million men, women, and children were the victims of the tragic Transatlantic Slave trade…one of the darkest chapters in human history. Today, 250 million men, women, and children are emancipating themselves from the lingering effects of plantation slavery in the U.S., Caribbean and Latin America by exercising self-determination with the United Nations recognized term, “Afrodescendant”. However, Minister Najee Muhammad of the Lost-Found Afrodescendant Nation of Islam poses the question, “What Good Is Freedom, Without Justice, Human Rights and Reparations?” In November 2013 Philander Smith College (one of many HBCUs in Arkansas) located in Little Rock Arkansas hosted Minister Najee Muhammad and several other speakers as they expressed their views about the proposed question. Preceded by Rev. Jimmy Rosby of Paradise missionary Baptist Church of Little Rock, Professor Zaki Amir of Taiyuan University of Technology (China) and Daughter of Minister Najee, Salia ?? and others each express the need for immediate action to commence in an effort to correct the wrongs done againt our fore fathers. Minister Najee cited several published accounts of the atrocities committed against the slaves as examples of