Every year, UFFC holds its annual remembrance procession from Trafalgar Square, and demo at 10 Downing Street to remember loved ones who have died in state custody. Come along and support the families.
Surely we should all be free to protest, without the police knowing who we are? But high tech surveillance of protests is real, and it enables the police to identify, monitor and track protestors, indiscriminately and at scale.
The government’s new Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill is an unprecedented attack on the freedom to protest. We have to fight against this Bill. Please sign the petition and support the Charter For Freedom of Assembly Rights.
More than 100 protesters gathered in Newport following the death of a man after police were at his house. Mouayed Bashir, 29, died after officers were called to his home in Newport at about 09:00 GMT.
It is one of the most famous moments in sports history: the February 1964 match when a braggadocious 22-year-old named Cassius Clay beat Sonny Liston in Miami Beach to win the world heavyweight boxing championship.
April 2021 is the 40th anniversary of the Brixton uprisings. On this date an ambitious cultural programme of events and activities will kick-off across Brixton. It will be a culturally democratic programme.
The Black Lives Matter movement has been nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize by Norwegian politician Petter Eide for mobilising a world-wide fight against inequality and racial injustice.
Due to Covid restrictions UFFC will be holding this years 22nd annual memorial event online. All families are requested to submit a two-minute clip of the story of their loved ones to shared in an online collage on 31 October.