Muhammad Ali captivated the world when he became world heavyweight boxing champion in 1964. He mixed extraordinary grace and speed in the ring with a larger than life personality outside it.
Tributes & Remembrance
4WardEver UK pays respect to our sister and comrade as we mark the 8th anniversary of her tragic death. Pauline Campbell was found dead on 15 May 2008, not far from the grave of her daughter Sarah.
The decision by Louise Hull, senior coroner for Birmingham & Solihull, has been welcomed by bereaved relatives. 21 people were killed and 182 injured when suspected IRA bombs exploded in two city centre pubs in 1974.
It is exactly 40 years since the bombing of two Birmingham pubs – the Mulberry Bush and the Tavern In The Town. A further 182 people were injured in the attacks of November 21 1974.
Take a look at the 4WardEver UK Remembrance Calendar. This calendar was set up in remembrance of all those that have died in police, prison, mental health and capital punishment institutions in the UK and internationally.
We all know male revolutionaries like Che Guevara, but history often tends to gloss over the contributions of female revolutionaries that have sacrificed their time, efforts, and lives.
Nelson Mandela International Day was launched in recognition of Nelson Mandela’s birthday on 18 July, 2009 via unanimous decision of the UN General Assembly. It was inspired by a call Nelson Mandela made a year earlier, for the next generation to take on the burden of leadership in addressing the world’s social injustices when he said that “it is in your hands now”.
People who donated cash towards a memorial bench for a Whitstable-born peace campaigner, Brian Haw, [were] invited to an afternoon of music and celebration of his life. On Sunday 1st June members of Brian Haw’s family, including four of his children and a granddaughter, took part in the official opening on Whitstable beach.