Channel 4 Television presents special documentaries – from 1995 – examining the death of Joy Gardner in 1993 and the subsequent public campaign that culminated in the trial at the Old Bailey of those accused of causing her death.
Tag: Race & Society
There are a few animated short films in the Oakland International Film Festival this year, but only one that mixes documentary story-telling with animation. “Unalienable Rights” tells the story of the 1978 MOVE confrontation.
In America, there is a common conversation between black parents and their children, long known as “the talk”. It is about what to do when approached by a police officer. How to talk. How to act. How, simply, to survive.
In July the US Attorney General announced that the federal government would resume executions of those who have been sentenced to death – designating five men on federal death row to be killed by lethal injection.
Introduction by 4WardEverUK – “Although the articles featured on this page are a few years old, we felt it important to give this debate further exposure once more, and ask; “How can a condition not recognised by medical institutions be used to explain away controversial deaths”
“To date there have been 1717 deaths in police custody or otherwise following contact with the police in England & Wales since 1990” Source: INQUEST casework and monitoring team.
4WardEver UK and the United Families & Friends Campaign are calling on affected families to support new research to be conducted by Dr Nadine El-Enany, examining what drives campaigns and what families understand justice to mean.
On July 25, the US Attorney General announced that the federal government would once again practice capital punishment in relation to five death-row inmates convicted of murder, torture and rape of children and the elderly.