Migrant Media has released the film ‘Burn’ online. “Collective memory is the fire that never dies. All power to the people”. In August 2011 Britain was on fire – what was the spark that led to the crisis?
Month: November 2014
Some reporting has put forward one of the only figures available: the approximately 400 “justifiable police homicides” each year since 2008, according to the FBI’s Annual Report.
It is exactly 40 years since the bombing of two Birmingham pubs – the Mulberry Bush and the Tavern In The Town. A further 182 people were injured in the attacks of November 21 1974.
Deaths in prison, police or immigration custody are at their highest level in a decade and a half, the latest figures from the NSW State Coroner show.
Prosecutors want a panel of three judges to give them permission to try three men for the murder of Surjit Singh Chhokar in 1998. The hearing is scheduled to last four days.
Take a look at the 4WardEver UK Remembrance Calendar. This calendar was set up in remembrance of all those that have died in police, prison, mental health and capital punishment institutions in the UK and internationally.
Family Web Pages is a FREE design service provided by 4WardEver UK in association with First Stop Web Design for affected families and campaign groups.
Yesterday’s damning report (6 Nov 2014) into child and adolescent mental health services found ‘serious and deeply ingrained problems’ running through the whole system.