Family demand a new police investigation into the death of Ricky Reel and a review of all forensic evidence. “My son died in suspicious circumstances in 1997 after being racially abused and chased by the assailants.
Race & Society
While War Inna Babylon was originally scheduled to open in May 2020 – the delay due to Covid-19 – has inadvertently made this the most timely exhibition it could possibly be.
As the Met Police is judged to be institutionally corrupt, Hardeep Matharu and Peter Jukes explore how some of the biggest problems still plaguing British policing are embedded in British colonialism.
The United States white ex-police officer convicted of murdering African-American man George Floyd in Minneapolis in May 2020 has been sentenced to 22 years and six months in jail.
A legislative scrutiny report on the public order section of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, published today, says proposed restrictions on protests are “inconsistent with human rights.”
After closing its doors for more than a year, the Institute of Contemporary Arts reopens with an exhibition focused on the “various forms of state violence and institutional racism targeted at Britain’s Black communities”.
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.
Nursing Narratives: Racism and the Pandemic is a collaborative project that will use documentary film and writing to amplify the experiences and perspectives of black and minority ethnic health workers.