Community Redress

We first implore the local and regional municipalities to stop moving forward with their status quo planning because they are all based in white supremacy. Second, all City plans and actions are to be reviewed and revised to eliminate racist practices before they are proposed to the community at large; the City must be an example to the citizenry. Do the work to make connections within African American communities. What has been meted out systematically to African Americans is trauma and damage to their physical, psychic and economic health for almost 200 years in Northwest Arkansas. Create an authentic anti-racist path for the entire system.



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NWA Black Heritage Works to Create the State's Largest Black Historic District in Fayetteville

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