South African author, pastor and activist, Mpho Tuti van Furth
argues that while we think of reparations in relation to the
colonial powers and the colonised as both a remunerative act and a
punitive one, reparations rightly engaged should be part of a
spiritual process of forgiveness and reconciliation. Reparations
would be an element in a process of atonement and restorative
justice and that sees the need for acknowledgement of the damage
done to the enslaved and colonised; healing and restoration of the
lost humanity of the perpetrators; and repair of the violated
relationships between the human and ecological victims and the
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