Randall Robinson Death And Obituary – slumber in power Robert Robinson. He made numerous contributions, including the founding of TransAfrica, his support for Haitian self-determination, and the publication of The Debt for the repatriations campaign. May his fortitude, sageness, and genius continue to motivate us all. Ase.
African-American lawyer, author, and activist Randall Robinson (born July 6, 1941) is best known as the creator of TransAfrica. He is renowned for standing vehemently against apartheid and defending Haitian immigration and former president Jean-Bertrand Aristide of Haiti. Robinson left the United States for St. Kitts in 2001 after becoming disenchanted with American culture.
Robinson was born in Richmond, Virginia, to teachers Doris Robinson Griffin and Maxi Cleveland Robinson. His older brother was the late ABC news anchor Max Robinson. Graduate of Virginia Union University and Harvard Law School, Randall Robinson holds a J.D. He also has two sisters: Reverend Jean Robinson, his younger sister, and actress Jules Robinson, his older sister. Both two sisters are based in Washington, DC.
Anick Robinson, a daughter, and Jabari Robinson, a son, are the children he and his ex-wife had. Khalea Ross-Robinson, the couple’s daughter, is born to him and Hazel Ross-Robinson.
Before working for U.S. Congressman Bill Clay (1975) and serving as Congressman Charles Diggs’ executive assistant, Robinson practiced civil rights law in Boston from 1971 to 1975. ( 1976). A Ford Scholar, he is.
According to its mission statement, Robinson formed the TransAfrica Forum in 1977, which acts as the “primary research, educational, and organizing center for the African American Understanding and Serving her West Indians.” “The transatlantic slave trade caused Africans to become spread in the Caribbean and Latin America.”  He led TransAfrica as president from 1991 to 2001.