Green Party's Working Group on Reparations stands with family of child arrested for not standing for Pledge of Allegiance
On February 4, a black 6th grader in Lakeland, Florida, was arrested in school for not standing for the Pledge of Allegiance.
"The Green Party of the United States Working Group on Reparations stands in solidarity with the demands of Dhakira Talbot, the child's mother, that the charges against her son should be dropped and that the school district issues her and her son a public apology," said Robin Harris, member of the Working Group.
Green Party of the United States
For Immediate Release:
February 7, 2019
The Green Party's Working Group on Reparations, headed by the Green Party's Black Caucus, was established to engage with the public, reparations organizations and lawmakers to increase public and government support for the passage of U.S. House Resolution 40 - Commission to Study and Develop Reparations Proposals.