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 "4-Descendants 40 Acres & Mule and the -400 years
of Injustice to Enslaved Blacks in America Reparations"

The fund will provide heirs of enslaved people and their organizations support

The "Four, Forty, Four Hundred Program, would be an interim program to support a number of qualified families or individuals up to 40 months of support.  To be eligible a person must be a descendant of an enslaved person of on one or both sides of their lineage if family was enslaved outside of Africa. 

The project will support organizations or community advocated groups created and led by descendants of enslaved persons of America who has a focus on the push for reparations to be paid directly to descendants for use anyway of their choice or to support needs, business and research to solve their specific community issues. Reparative Basic Income (RBI)


The fund will offer individuals and families whose negative economic impacts stem from their lineages tied to the denial of pay for labor, overtime and fair pay of enslaved people in America.  The harm was denied legacies from their relatives who were not getting paid for labor to reinvest into their future generations as the legacy ancestors.  This lack of income extended to the financial gaps, instability, limiting educational opportunities, where they and their descendants could afford to live, along with the other economic hardships imposed by legislative oppression's causing the creation of the huge income and wealth gaps we see today between Black Americans and those who the government provides support, reparations and stabilization assistance.

            ​You can donate through our links on this site.  QR CODE 

$Reparations440400 (Healing Hearts of Families USA)

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$4000 or more contact us    404-289-5277

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Even for collective amounts they want to issue a check instead
of making the funds available immediately

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