Eunice Coleman Cobbs Reparations Project Fund

The first privately funded “reparations” monies for descendants of Africans enslaved in the United States.

Reparations is in quotation marks because this fund to support African American familial history research and in no way supersedes, forfeits, replaces, etc., reparations that need to come from the United States government.

The goal is to develop tangible documents to prove your relation to a descendant of an enslaved individual.

Each participants may receive up to $250 for completed family tree.

Project Requirements: Please contact info@reparationslibrary.org for project requirements.