JUSTICE FOR MIKE BROWN – SOLIDARITY WITH FERGUSON -VIGIL OUTSIDE US EMBASSY 7PM WEDS

Solidarity Vigil outside US Embassy, Weds 26th Nov, 7pm  24 Grosvenor Square W1A 1LQ, London. These moments are all too familiar; once again a police officer has executed a young black man with impunity and once again it is reinforced that black lives don’t matter!vWe will continue to fight all over the world for truth, justice and accountability.… Read More

Ricky Bishop – Died in police custody 2001 – Still the family is marching for justice

Pic: Peter Marshall Report by Mitch Mitchell On Saturday, November 22, around 50 people assembled in Windrush Square, outside of Brixton library to march to Brixton Police Station in remembrance of Ricky Bishop, a 25 year old man of African-Caribbean heritage, who died whilst in police custody on the afternoon of Thursday 22nd November 2001.… Read More

Nina Power: We Have A Duty To Rebel

Nina Power on some of the key issues confronting us today, based on her talk at the opening plenary of DtRtP’s national conference As the world awaits the verdict in the Grand Jury hearing into the killing of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown by Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri, where a thousand newly-trained police and the National Guard are standing by, it is time to think too about parallels with British cases.… Read More