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For individuals who are willing to keep their community members knowledgeable, educated, and informed, this work is to support you in your personal pursuits to engage and activate your community to participate in discourse and dialogue for reparations. Supporting you in your social, civic, economic and political strides to help repair, restore, and reconstruct Black life from 400 years of enslavement and colonization against Black and African people, here is how you can take action now. Volunteer with us, become a member, or renew your membership and send a donation today.

We believe that the descendants of African peoples who were captured, taken from our homeland, enslaved, colonized and held captive for hundreds of years in the Americas and throughout the diaspora, believe that we should be compensated for the injustices, cruelties, brutalities, inhumanities and exploitations of racism, white supremacy, economic discrimination and oppression imposed upon our people past and present.  

Please help continue the organizing and advancing efforts of N’COBRA in building our National & International Movements for Reparations. Reparations are obtainable in our lifetime. A committed people with a righteous cause is a force that cannot be denied. Join NCOBRA today!

N'COBRA LOGO

The N’COBRA logo is composed of 3 Adinkra symbols whose meanings from bottom to top are:
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NKONSONKONSON (Link or Chain) We are linked in life, we are linked in death, those that share common blood relations never break apart.

OWO FOR A ADOBE (Snake climbing the palm tree) Performing the unusual or impossible.
BIRIBI WO SORO (There is something in the heavens) Nyame biribi wo soro na ma embeka mensa (God there is something in the heavens, let it reach me) Symbol of hope.

NKONSONSON OWO FOR A ADOBE BIRIBI WO SORO: Together these symbols express our links in this, and the next life; that We share a common blood relation which never break apart; and that We can perform the impossible. *

*The NCOBRA logo was designed by Baba Kalonji Tor Olusegun (April 21,1930-January 30, 2013) N’COBRA’s first National Male Co-chair and a founding member.

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