Category Archives: events

Grenfell third anniversary 14 June – silent walk

72 dead and still no justice.

Solidarity with all the victims and their families.

The Grenfell tragedy was ‘social murder’ by a government that gutted building regulations in the name of profits and deliberately weakened fire regulations and inspection resources.

And the companies responsible for wrapping the tower in flammable cladding have still not been charged with corporate manslaughter.

No justice, no peace!


London protest – Friday 12th June 1pm Marble Arch

Saturday protest has been moved to Friday 12 June 1pm

BLM groups have decided to let the racist thugs fight among themselves, so the march has been moved from Saturday to Friday 12th.

We have bigger fish to fry!

Assemble 1pm. March from Marble Arch to Downing Street.

Maintaining social distancing. Wear face masks. Brings your signs and placards.

Given the police fondness for kettling peaceful protesters, please bring a supply of food and water.

If you were arrested over the course of the past week or so, please call Green and Black Cross on 07946 541 511

Solidarity with US protesters – end police terrorism – the UK is not innocent – black lives matter UK future events

Solidarity with the US rebellion! Spread the resistance.

The Police are the outside agitators. The police are the instigators of violence. The rich are the real looters. Donald Trump is a thug and the UK is not innocent either. We have an illegitimate government led by a racist and elected on a pack of lies – a government that has promoted and imposed policies that have seen at least 63,000 people die. We have criminal racist government. End the hostile environment; Defund the police.

Justice for George Floyd and all those brutalised and murdered at the hands of the police in the US and UK.

It is extremely important that social distancing is enforced and respected at all protests. This government doesn’t care about the disproportionate number of black and minority ethnic people dying in this ongoing Covid pandemic. This is the same problem that confronts the protesters in the US, where people are having to risk their lives to protect lives. The protests below have been called by London BLM and are supported by BLMM. The BLM UK organisation that claims to be the “official” BLM group is not affiliated with any of the organisers.

“Black liberation by any means necessary!”

– Malclolm X

“A riot is the language of the unheard”

– Martin Luther King

Handsworth, Birmingham

Monday 1 June 8pm

Meet 8pm at Cannon Street Church, 300 Soho Road, B21 9NA

UK-wide black lives matter day of action -Wednesday 3 June 6pm

Organise a socially distanced protest in your locality, take a selfie and post to social media, come out at your front door and make some noise, make and display a placard message

Demo – Hyde Park

Wednesday 3 June


Birmingham – Victoria Square

Thursday 4th June


Demo – Parliament Square

Saturday 6 June

1 pm

Demo – US Embassy

Sunday 7 June


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Open meeting – 20th July, Dalston, London

Welcome to Black Lives Matter UK.

We are a group of people that got together on the demonstrations that erupted in the UK following the police murder of Alton Sperling and Philando Castile in the US. These demonstrations followed those that took place after the killing of Trayvon Martin and later Mike Brown in Ferguson. Enough is enough. We have to do something to show solidarity with the US struggle against racist policing and to highlight and fight racial injustice in the UK. Come to the meeting at Shacklewell Lane mosque, Dalston, Hackney on Wednesday 20th July. Let’s get organised!

Nearest stations: Dalston Junction, Dalston Kingsland