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  • Oct 29 2016

    Marchers demand justice over deaths in police custody

    Four hundred people marched on Saturday  29th October to remember those who have died at the hands of the police and to fight for justice. The march, which went down Whitehall from Trafalgar Square to Downing Street, was organised by the United Families and Friends Campaign.   Many of the families fighting for their loved ones […]

  • Oct 10 2016

    Black Lives Matter Movement at huge Stand Up To Racism conference

    Over two hundred people crammed into the overflowing Black Lives Matter workshop at the 1,600-strong national conference of Stand up to Racism. The organisation is being relaunched to step up the fight against the rise in racism. Kadisha Burrell (Kingsley Burrell Justice Campaign), Capres Turner (Black lives matter summer protest organiser), Gary McFarlane (Black Lives Matter […]

  • Sep 22 2016

    Solidarity with Charlotte, US embassy protest Fri 23rd Sep

    Black Lives Matter Movement Facebook event Stand Up To Racism Facebook event  

  • Aug 10 2016

    Black Lives Matter coming to Carnival

    Seventy BLM activists met last night and have agreed initial steps to take the movement forward. Central to our work will be building for a lively intervention around Notting Hill Carnival this year, where we have now been allocated space by Carnival organisers. Activists discussed issues ranging from economics to trade unions and have now […]

  • Aug 01 2016

    Biggest turnout in years for reparations March

    From The Voice Thousands March To Parliament Demanding Reparations ‘We will honour our ancestors whether Britain likes it or not’ Written by Elizabeth Pears 04/08/2015 05:14 PM THOUSANDS OF people marched peacefully from Brixton to Parliament on Saturday (Aug 1) to mark Emancipation Day and reiterate calls for reparations. The procession, which united people of […]