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Esther Sanford Xosei The Effects Of Colonialism On Cultures

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We will be discussing the effects of Colonialism and historical trauma. Some of the topics will be:

How it has impacted multiple generations health and community well being. 

How the womb is effected by the environment from which it is created.

What are reparations and the reasons why they are necessary?

How there is a need for us to come together in an understanding of each other’s history and in common fights so that we can protect the next generation from experiencing the same historical trauma.

Welcome ,Esther Stanford-Xosei to the show. She is an internationally acclaimed Jurisconsult passionate public Lecturer, Policy Analyst and Broadcaster. With a proven track record as a law related education and training consultant, Esther has extensive experience of formulating reparative policy and programme interventions as well as developing specialist advocacy services for communities who are survivors of historical and contemporary trauma as a result of systematic violations of their human and peoples' rights. Esther is a founder member and the Co-Vice Chair of the Pan-Afrikan Reparations Coalition of Europe (PARCOE). On behalf of PARCOE she is a broadcaster on Britain’s first licensed Afrikan community radio station, Voice of Africa Radio where she facilitates a weekly discussion programme specifically educating the wider public on reparations related aspects of Pan-Afrikan current affairs. She has a special interest in exploring the differential impacts that the vestiges of enslavement has had on Afrikan women, men and children.

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