The Reparations Collective


Reparations Collective Enters Into Relationship with Chaubunagungamaug Band of Nipmuck

The Reparations Collective was invited to a recent tribal council meeting of the Chaubunagungamaug Band of the Nipmuck to discuss the Collective's proposal to establish a direct way for folks to pay voluntary reparations to the Band.

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APRIL, 2024

Teegrey Iannuzzi (left) Reparations Collective Core Member, and Liz Coldwind Santana Kiser, Chaubunagungamaug Tribal Councilor and Tribal Historic Preservation Officer

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We are a growing group of white antiracists who acknowledge how much we benefit from white privilege. In recognition of this, and of the collective harms of the past, our goal is to agitate for reparations education, policy change, and legislation. We also invite people to join us in making regular, individual reparations payments.

The Collective believes that reparations for Black and Indigenous folks is vital for justice. 


The Reparations Collective began as a committee of Racial Justice Rising in 2020, planning programming and educational opportunities centered on reparations. 

In 2021, we established accountability partnerships with reparations leaders and offered reparations workshops to the community. 

In 2022, in addition to reparations workshops, the Reparations Collective distributed $7000 to reparations-oriented organizations in our region.

In 2023, the Collective distributed another $7000 to local organizations, held and/or supported two workshops on reparations, agitated for reparations legislation and spread the good word in the region via tabling at events and the radio.