On Monday, the leaders of 14 Caribbean nations unanimously decided to file a lawsuit against the governments of Britain, France, and the Netherlands for damages resulting from the slave trade. The Caribbean Community, a consortium of prime ministers, announced a 10-point plan to seek reparations, including a formal apology, debt cancelation, and aid strengthening public health, educational, and cultural institutions. They are also advocating for a “repatriation program” for Rastafarians who want to be resettled in Africa. The Caribbean Community is being represented by a law firm with a good record in the area of reparations. Leigh Day won $21.5 million for Kenyans tortured under British colonial rule.