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Sierra Leone-born Mr Bayoh, 31, died in Kirkcaldy on May 3 last year after he was restrained by police officers who used CS spray, PAVA spray and batons. “Who would want to see their loved one suffer the way Sheku did?”
The recently released ‘Stop and Search: the Anatomy of a Police Power’ provides a compelling analysis of the issues around the power that allows officers to invade an individual’s privacy and intrude into people’s liberty.
A camera rolls in the distance while four white officers bring down their batons with enough force to break bone, striking a black motorist 56 times in 81 seconds.
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Migrant Media has released the film ‘Burn’ online. “Collective memory is the fire that never dies. All power to the people”. In August 2011 Britain was on fire – what was the spark that led to the crisis?
In collaboration with The Drum Arts Centre; Birmingham, 4WardEver UK launched its new monthly film club in November 2014, bringing powerful independent films to Birmingham.