Kamilah Moore

Reparations Supporters: All Black Americans Should Read Calif. Task Force First Report

One year to the day since making its historic debut, the California Task Force to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African Americans delivered its anticipated interim report to the California legislature.  Responding to the release, Black reparations activists are encouraging Black Californians to read the report and share their reactions with the task force during a series of upcoming listening sessions scheduled both in Northern and Southern California.

Black Dem and GOP Candidates Vying for State Legislature Seats

Primaries will be held June 7 for four positions on the California Board of Equalization, all 80 seats in the State Assembly, and 20 State Senate seats. Half of the 40 State Senate seats are subject to election every two years. The 20 even numbered districts are on ballots this year. 

Calif. Reparations Task Force Meeting to Honor Movement’s History

The California Task Force to Study and Development Reparations Proposal for African Americans will pay homage to Black History Month as well as African American heroes who initiated the fight for reparations – and kept it alive over the years — in the United States.

Cal Reparations Task Force Votes to Replace Economic Advisor

One day after Darrick Hamilton testified before California’s Task Force to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African Americans, the panel decided that it would not enter into a contractual agreement with the noted economist. 

Meet the 29-Year-Old Activist and Atty Chairing California’s Reparations Task Force

In June, California launched the nation’s first Task Force to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African Americans this year.   The nine-member committee was established to meet the requirements of Assembly Bill (AB) 3121, which California Secretary of State  Shirley Weber authored and introduced in 2020 when she served in the Legislature.  Gov. Newsom signed it into law in September 2020.  “This is a debt that is owed, just because it hasn’t been paid doesn’t mean it goes away,” said the newly elected chair of the California reparations task force Kamilah V. Moore.    At the task force’s first meeting on June