By Roy Brooks
"How a lot reimbursement must be paid to a girl who was once raped 7,500 occasions? What may the contributors of the fee wish for his or her daughters if their daughters have been raped even once?"—Karen Parker, conversing ahead of the U.N. fee on Human RightsSeemingly a week, a brand new query arises relative to the present all over the world ferment over human injustices. Why does the U.S. supply $20,000 atonement funds to jap american citizens relocated to focus camps in the course of global warfare II, whereas now not even apologizing to African american citizens for 250 years of human bondage and one other century of institutionalized discrimination? How can the U.S. and Canada top grapple with the genocidal campaigns opposed to local americans on which their international locations have been based? How should still Japan make amends to Korean "comfort girls" sexually enslaved in the course of international struggle II? Why does South Africa deem it essential to supply amnesty to whites who tortured and murdered blacks lower than apartheid? Is Germany's hugely praised redress software, which has paid billions of bucks to Jews all over the world, a hit, and, as such, an instance for others?More more often than not, is reimbursement for a historic improper harmful "blood cash" that permits a kingdom to clean its fingers perpetually of its accountability to these it has injured? A wealthy number of essays from top students, pundits, activists, and political leaders across the world, many written expressly for this quantity, whilst Sorry is not sufficient additionally contains the voices of the sufferers of a few of the world's worst atrocities, thereby offering a breathtaking standpoint on a world controversy frequently marked extra by means of warmth than cause.