This event took place on 10 September 2021 marking the 18th anniversary of the death of Mikey Powell in police custody, and celebrated 6 years of the National Mikey Powell Memorial Family Fund.
Author: Gaynor Kuye
This month, MPs continue to debate the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, which is an extensive, lengthy, and highly concerning piece of legislation that would risk violating the UK’s human rights.
This exhibition, Someone’s Daughter by The View Magazine, sets out to initiate reform of a failing system by use of photography by leading practitioners from the UK and abroad.
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.
British aid projects supporting Palestinian security forces appear to be as much about helping to stop threats to Israel, the occupying power, as they are about enhancing Palestinian state-building.
A former police officer has been found guilty of murdering George Floyd. Many are heralding the ruling as a historic step towards racial justice. But in Australia, one family are still screaming out for accountability.
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”.
Sounds of Resistance is a sound artwork that will take shape over the year. Local artist Felix Taylor will bring together the thoughts, feelings and inspirations of local people, on the past present and future of Brixton.