Australian mother Leetona Dungay and a team of lawyers will take a claim over her son’s death in custody to the United Nations. David Dungay Jr died after being restrained by five prison officers in 2015.
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From February 2015 to March 2021, police killed at least 50 Black women across the country and not a single officer involved in those deaths has been convicted, according to a new Insider report.
After closing its doors for more than a year, the Institute of Contemporary Arts reopens with an exhibition focused on the “various forms of state violence and institutional racism targeted at Britain’s Black communities”.
RAAH.fest, a global family of creatives, will be recruiting to a number of new positions including; Production Co-ordinator and Assistant, Translators, Volunteer Co-ordinator and others, in coming weeks.
A year on from the murder of George Floyd, Janet Alder explains the pain of her brother’s death. Christopher Alder died in Hull police station in 1998 with officers standing around making monkey noises.
Mark Duggan’s family have accused the police watchdog of lacking courage after it refused to reopen its investigation into his 2011 killing by armed officers. The shooting of Duggan triggered civil unrest across England.
The conviction of a US police officer for murdering George Floyd has reignited calls to tackle racial injustice in British law enforcement, with campaigners calling for an end to a “culture of impunity”.
People Magazine Investigates episode explores the strangulation death of 19-year-old Stacey Stites and the conviction of Rodney Reed who has maintained his innocence since the beginning.