BLM UK has announced £45,000 of funding to the United Families & Friends Campaign (The coalition group of family members who have lost loved ones in state custody) to set up a “people’s tribunal” on deaths in custody.
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.
Cruse Bereavement Care is the leading charity for bereaved people in the UK and Northern Ireland. They also provide training and consultancy for any organisation who encounter bereaved people in their work.
Against a backdrop of federal executions in America and signs of a worrying shift towards a favourable view of capital punishment in Britain, Joe Giles argues a return to the death penalty would be detrimental.
On the 28th September 1985, witnessed by her children, Cherry Groce was shot in her home by the Metropolitan Police. The foundation in here name are planning a new Memorial to be situated in Windrush Square, Brixton.
There will never be another year like this one… Applause and anger from balconies as a pandemic rages; military trucks carrying coffins; health care workers in personal protective equipment; and millions marching for racial justice.
You can easily help raise money for the Fund simply by doing something that we all do on a regular basis… Our shopping for food, furniture, DIY, garden products, movies, clothing or items via Amazon, eBay and many others.
The number of death sentences and executions dropped to historic lows in 2020, according to a group that tracks data, despite the federal government’s move to resume the death penalty after nearly two decades.