GENERAL APPLICATION DESCRIPTION
The Philadelphia Reparations Task Force is onboarding eight (8) members from the descendant group who reside in the City of Philadelphia and have done so for at least a decade. Members of the descendant group are defined as Black and African American descendants of enslaved Africans in the United States, the descendants of so called “Black,” “Negro,” or “Colored” Americans since 1865, and the descendants of Freedmen emancipated from slavery.
Task Force Members must have the capacity to provide pro bono professional expertise, be excellent coordinators, and work very well with others. Applicants should have experience in the sector of the position they apply to, and experience in activism, social justice, grassroots community organizing, or reparatory justice. Task Force members will be expected to:
- Develop, read, review and write reports.
- Coordinate meetings, dates, and timelines.
- Build and maintain partnerships in their sector.
- Conduct surveys and co-create related reports.
- Advocate for the descendant group’s self-determination.
- Develop and manage committees, subcommittees, and stakeholder relationships.
- Participate in and lead courses, conferences, convenings, fundraising efforts, media and community forums, and public events.
Complete an application for any one of the eight hyperlinked Reparations Task Force coordinator positions below by January 15th, 2024.
- Economic Justice Coordinator
- Education Coordinator
- Health & Wellness Coordinator
- Atlantic World History Coordinator
- Human Services & Community Resources Coordinator
- Criminal & Legal Justice System Coordinator
- Law & Policy (International & Domestic) Coordinator
- Urban Planning & Sustainable Development Coordinator
Please read through the Task Force Coordinator positions and Apply Accordingly.
For those seeking to simply support the task force as a volunteer, please complete this Support the PHL Reparations Task Force Form!
Please send all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.