By Daniel Ronaghyon
The UK is officially the second most-popular destination for immigrants arriving to the European Union. A large proportion of newly arrived immigrants come from Eastern Europe. According to the 2011 Census, Poles are now the second largest foreign-born group in the United Kingdom, behind the Indians. We also know that around 37,000 Romanians […]
From Close Campsfield
EMERGENCY DEMONSTRATION AT CAMPSFIELD DETENTION CENTRE
Demonstration with Movement for Justice and Oxford Migrant Solidarity at Campsfield main gates (Langford Lane,Â Kidlington,Â Oxon,Â OX5 1RE).
LONDON MEET UP: 8.30am Marble Arch Tube station, seeÂ http://conta.cc/1v6B5Xm for more details.
In solidarity with the detainees and their demands.
“We will build houses for you, it is not something we can achieve overnight”
– Nelson Mandela, President of South Africa, 1994 [link to video]
“We have learned that by demanding decent housing we make enemies, and that by occupying land we make those enemies even more ruthless. But we cannot wait in the mud, shit and […]
By Nathan Richards
After readingÂ â€œWhoâ€™s Blacker than you?â€Â it is obvious to me that the author did not readÂ my articleÂ â€“ they just imagined what it is I said. Their first paragraph reveals the extent to which they engaged with my piece, setting the tone for their reading. The author wrote:
Richards informs us that he is no fan […]
In a recent piece Nathan E. Richards writes, â€œMany young black academics â€¦ have expressed concern about the ability of ‘politically black’ academics to adequately represent and eludicate the experience of ‘ethnically black’ womenâ€. Richards informs us that he is no fan of the term ‘polictically black’ and urges caution in how we use it. […]Read more →
On Saturday I was heartened byÂ the United Families and Friends Campaign against deaths in custody (UFFC) annual march, even thoughÂ it was still small. Last year around 100 people marched on Whitehall, this year there was a much improved number of around 300. The 300 came together in a year which should be remembered for […]
Hello and thank you all for attending the annual conference of the London Campaign Against Police & State Violence or LCAPSV.
The aim of LCAPSV is to end the current practice of police and state violence. Our method is collective organisation. This conference is about coming together, finding each other and creating a new path. […]
This Sunday, the London Campaign Against Police & State Violence (@LCAPSV) are holding their annual conference. The theme is “The Right to Life: Under threat by the State”, speakers include Marcia Rigg who will talk about the recent CPS decision to refuse to prosecute the officers who lied about how the circumstances in which […]
[Content note: This article discusses police-led violence and sexual abuse]
ACTION: Join theÂ United Families & Friends Campaign (UFFC) Procession 2014Â on Saturday 25th October
The cold edifice of glass and concrete, that is the offices of the Crown Prosecution Service, was met in the warm August sun with several indomitable figures from the United Families and Friends […]
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