By Angelica / @Riotstarz
I am shocked to discover marriage bill creates a system in which fulfilment of human necessities is contingent on legal sanction of one’s relationship. That many people may be forced into unions that could restrict their freedom and safety in order to access necessary services. That this institution creates a mechanism that [...]
By the Campaign to stop the deportation of Luqman Onikosi
Find more about Luqman’s campaign and his experiences as a migrant fighting deportation.Read more →
By Nadia Kamil / @nadiakamil
I recently saw the Oscar-nominated 5 Broken Cameras and it affected me deeply – though definitely not the first film to make me cry, it was the first film that made me cry audibly. It spurred me into learning more about the history & current situation in Palestine. So I was pleased [...]
By Patrick Koduah / @PatrickKoduah
It will make you really give a damn about the life of a stickman.
“It was so sad”, a young woman whispers as a single tear flows down her cheek. She shuffles in slow motion, pensive amidst [...]
Thursday 16th May | Rich Mix Cinema | 8.00pm | £7 (£5 conc)
DocHouse Presents: When the Boys Return – With Q&A with Director via Skype
If you’re a white person, it may come as a surprise to you that the rest of us are thinking a few things we choose not to say. Kamau helps by finding a white guy who’ll listen — we’d say it was about dialogue or whatever but it’s really just for fun.
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This Saturday 11th May will see the launch of the Our Tottenham community charter from 1pm at Tottenham Town hall. The launch –including a photo opportunity – will be followed by a community picnic (weather permitting).
The charter was produced following a daylong conference on 6th April 2013 where 110 people from over 30 local groups [...]
By Luqman Onikosi
A migrant’s life is full of uncertainty. For international students, foreign investors or skilled migrants, we have to justify ourselves in order to be given the chance to stay alive. How can we do this? In a system that decides who lives and dies on the basis of economics and race, our chances [...]
After the multi-award winning feature Injustice, documenting the struggles of families who lost loved ones at the hands of the police, comes a powerful and poetic cinema documentary about resistance to state brutality. Its makers, Migrant Media, are now fundraising to complete post-production on the film and initial distribution. Please support this effort, donate as [...]Read more →
By Reni Eddo-Lodge / @renireni
About six months ago, I challenged the racism of a high profile white feminist. The following months I had a crash course of how racism works. The general feminist consensus about my challenge was that I was in the wrong. Though the white feminists who defended her rarely engaged with my actual [...]
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