On the 10th July 2007, Indymedia Birmingham, in conjunction with the Mikey Powell Campaign, screened INJUSTICE, a powerful film about deaths in police custody, and a short filmed interview with Ramona Africa of the US based MOVE group.
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The screening, which was held at the Custard Factory in Digbeth, Birmingham, was preceded and followed by talks by Tippa Naphtali, a cousin of Mikey Powell, who died at the hands of police in Handsworth, Birmingham, in 2003.
INJUSTICE The Film has continued to succeed despite the attempts
by the police to suppress it. A spokesperson for filmmakers, Migrant Media, said; “We owe this success through the continued practical, political and spiritual support that many people have given us.”