The discussion of Reparations for descendants of enslaved Africans has finally reached the mainstream. From the halls of the U.S. Congress to countries in the Caribbean, this subject matter is timely. This is the most comprehensive book on the topic, historically, contemporarily, and geographically. It examines the effects of African slavery, segregation, discrimination, colonialism, and genocide in the U.S, the Caribbean, North, Central and South America on Blacks alive today and reaches one unavoidable conclusion: that Reparations is not just owed, it is long overdue in this 21st century. Travel with the author along the Road to Reparations.