On The Web (Issue 36)

What’s on the web?

4WardEver recommended

The 4WardEver Team regularly scan the web and other resources for websites that our readers are likely to find of interest.

If you spot something, let us know via 4WardEver Volunteer Team

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Black Lives Matter
www.blacklivesmatter.com
Black Lives Matter is a unique contribution that goes beyond extrajudicial killings of Black people by police and vigilantes. It centers those that have been marginalized within Black liberation movements. It is a tactic to (re)build the Black liberation movement.

Wrongly Convicted Group Website
www.wronglyconvictedgroup.wordpress.com
This is the website of the Wrongly Convicted Group, a grass-roots group of advocates working to obtain justice for innocent people on death row or serving long prison sentences due to Wrongful Convictions. The group’s primary activity is to identify wrongful convictions, in the hope that this assists those who have been wrongly convicted.

Miss Foundation
www.missfoundation.org
This is the MISS Foundation’s online support site. “If you are a family member experiencing the death of a child, we extend our deepest empathy. There simply are not words to express the depth of the sorrow…we are here to share the pain and we want you to know that we will walk with you.”

Voices That SHAKE
www.voicesthatshake.blogspot.co.uk
SHAKE! is a project that brings together young people, artists & campaigners to develop creative responses to social injustice. SHAKE! participants engage in dynamic workshops (Poetry writing & performance, Film Making, music) & follow-up mentoring to pursue creative campaigning & events production.

War Child
www.warchild.org.uk
In conflict-affected countries War Child is providing life-changing support to the most vulnerable children whose families, communities and schools have been torn apart by war. Find out more about their approach. War Child’s vital work includes…

Media Diversified
www.mediadiversified.org
Media Diversified is a young and growing non-profit organisation which seeks to cultivate and promote skilled writers of colour by providing advice and contacts and by promoting content online through its own platform. Live since July 2013, the initiative is already diversifying the UK’s media landscape, providing important, challenging and new content which contributes to global as well as domestic discussion on issues of issues of social justice, equality, gender, politics, economics and pop culture.

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