People's Campaign for Reparations and Black Self-Determination

NATIONAL SURVEY:

The purpose of this survey is to gather information and feedback regarding public response to the idea, proposal and movement to obtain reparations and self-determination for Blacks/New Afrikans within the United States of America, in particular those who are descendents of enslaved Africans.

Reparations: to repair and make amends: compensation for the effects and impact of slavery, state-sponsored violence, Jim-Crow, CO-INTELPRO (the United States government-led counter-intelligence program to identify, target, assassinate and incarcerate Black/New Afrikan leaders): ‘War on Drugs’(government-led initiatives to flood the Black communities with drugs, target Blacks with disproportionate numbers of arrest, convictions and longer prison sentences).

Self-determination: the human and international right of a group of people to freely determine and decide its own political and economic relationships: the right to be a nation and determine their own political identity and destiny.

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* 1. Where do you currently live?

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* 2. What is today's date?

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* 3. What do you regard as the three (3) most important issues or problems faced by Black people in the United States?

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* 4. How do you define yourself racially? (check all that apply to you) For example:

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* 5. To the best of your knowledge, were either of your parents and/or grandparents born in the southern United States? (for example: North or South Carolina, Tennessee, Florida, Virginia, Maryland, D.C., Alabama, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, Arkansas)

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* 6. What is your age range?

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* 7. What is your gender?

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* 8. How would you define your current status within the United States? (Check all that apply)

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* 9. Based on U.S. history, culture, economics and politics do you think Black people within the United States are a distinct group of people or nation?

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* 10. Since it has been over fifty-years (50) since the passage of the Civil Rights Bills of 1964, 1965 and 1968, do you think it is time for Blacks in the United States to be headed in another direction politically?

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* 11. Would you support Blacks having political, economic and judicial power that is proportionate to their numbers? For example, Blacks/New Afrikans are currently 13-15% of the U.S. population. Therefore, they would have 13-15% of all U.S. senators, representatives, federal judges, governors and federal contracts, etc.

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* 12. Do you support reparations for Blacks/New Afrikans within the United States, specifically those who are the descendants of slaves?

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* 13. How should reparations be paid? Please check all that apply:

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* 14. Based on the past and current conditions of Black life within the U.S., do you support the creation of an independent Black nation to include ALL BLACK PEOPLE within the U.S., but based in the south.

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