The 16th Annual United Families & Friends Campaign march saw a noticeably larger crowd than last year attend the commemorative procession to Downing Street.
Tag: Race & Society
Catholic News Service (CNS) and others are reporting that Pope Francis is calling for abolition of the death penalty and other penal reforms.
Malcolm X wouldn’t recognise Smethwick these days. When he visited in 1965, the town north-west of Birmingham was certainly the most colour-conscious, perhaps the most racist, place in Britain.
Another police-involved fatal shooting of a teenager, Vonderrit Myers Jr, this time in south St. Louis, led to hours of protests overnight Wednesday and into Thursday morning.
In 2007 an independent study was conducted on the Chicago police department. It showed over 100,000 complaints were made over a 7-year span. Yet, only 19 officers received disciplinary action.
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.
Join us on 22 January 2015 for the screening of ‘War Matters’, a 50-min documentary chronicling 10 years of anti-war resistance in the city of London. By filmmaker Chester Yang.
Join us on 13th November 2014 for the screening the new film from Migrant Media, ‘BURN,’ to kick off our first season of films. By INJUSTICE filmmaker Ken Fero.