I am a white, middle-class British woman, and my privilege is sticking right out as I write this. However, I wish to highlight that even for someone of my privileged status, feminismâ€™s work is not yet done. On International Womenâ€™s Day, I send solidarity to my sisters all over the world. I will fight […]
Why I’m standing for Unite Against Fascism Assistant Secretary
As a dedicated anti-fascist and socialist, I’ve worked with many people to fight against hatred and ideologies that divides communities and can lead to genocide. In 2008, after the British National Party got elected to the Greater London Authority, Croydon Trade Union Council and Battersea & Wandsworth […]
Occupy Oil Final planning meeting Saturday the 4th of February 2012 Methodist Hall 1pmÂ http://www.methodist-central-hall.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=160&Itemid=85
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From UK Uncut
On Saturday 28th January in central London, a group of disabled, sick and elderly people are going to engage in a daring and disruptive act of civil disobedience, and theyâ€™ve asked for our support. Meet at 11.30am at Holborn tube station with a charged Oyster card, ready to […]
51 years ago today, Patrice Lumumba, the first legally elected Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of Congo, was assassinated by Katanga authorities that were following Belgian government commands.
He was assassinated with two members of his government Maurice Mpolo and Joseph Okito. The video below briefly charts his story and the story of African […]
Amazing video by Pilot AfricaÂ – Enough is enough!
On 1 January 2012, Nigeria’s federal government removed the fuel subsidy, an unpopular move confirmed in a statement by the Petroleum Product Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA).
The effect was immediate, price tags on petrol at filling stations nationwide went up from N65 to N140 and over.
“Capital punishment is the most premeditated of all murders”
Tuesday night I, with around 300 others, answered Amnesty International’s call to hold a vigil for Troy Davis, outside the US Embassy in London. It seemed inconceivable that the world’s most powerful democracy could execute a man, especially a man whose conviction had appeared to be […]
I want to thank all of you for your efforts and dedication to Human Rights and Human Kindness, in the past year I have experienced such emotion, joy, sadness and never ending faith. It is because of all of you that I am alive today, as I look at my sister Martina I am marveled […]Read more →
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