After four years of relentless legal effort, the state of Georgia has finally achieved its aim: it has executed an intellectually disabled prisoner in an apparent flagrant violation of the US constitution.
Month: January 2015
A police sergeant and two civilian staff from Devon and Cornwall Police have appeared before magistrates in Exeter this morning charged in connection with the death of a mentally-ill church caretaker who died after being held in custody.
A former police marksman has pleaded not guilty to the murder of robbery suspect Azelle Rodney. He was shot six times in April 2005 in a car that was stopped by police in Edgware, north London.
Julian Cole, a sports science student from London, suffered a broken neck and has brain damage following his arrest outside Elements nightclub in Bedford in May 2013.
An investigation is underway into the death of 26-year-old man who fell from a balcony in Kilburn after he was handcuffed by police. Tobias Terpilowski-Gill died from head injuries two days after the fall.
Join us on Thursday 7th May 2015 for Isaac Julien’s short film which sets the Roach Family’s personal tragedy in the context of the political campaign around Colin’s death, and builds the case for an independent inquiry.
On Thursday 2nd April 2015 artist JaJa Soze joins us for the screening of Where Do We Go From Here? and to perform unique spoken word about the issues raised.
On Thursday 5th March 2015 we will be screening a powerful film telling the story of domestic violence in Britain’s black and ethnic minority communities and interweaves powerful testimony at the heart of the debate.