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7 Oct 2016 >> Comment, Unity 17 | September-October 2016, Unity Magazine
Black Lives Matter in Birmingham (pic: Geoff Dexter)

These demonstrations were about more than just solidarity with America’s black population. They were also about highlighting issues such as Stop and Search and deaths in police custody which disproportionately affect the black communities of Britain.

7 Oct 2016 >> News, Unity 17 | September-October 2016, Unity Magazine
The vigil in Harlow

More than 200 local people demonstrated after a suspected racist attack in the town of Harlow in Essex in late August. Stand Up to Racism called the protest. Polish migrant Arkadiusz “Arek” Jozwik, a resident of the town, died from head injuries after he and a friend were attacked by a group of people on 27 August. The police told relatives that the attack started after the men were heard to speak Polish. Police arrested six teenagers on suspicion of taking part in the attack. They have been released on police bail.

7 Oct 2016 >> News, Unity 17 | September-October 2016, Unity Magazine
Police taser

The recent death of former professional footballer Dalian Atkinson has again highlighted the dangers of the increasing use of Tasers by police, particularly among black communities.

7 Oct 2016 >> Comment, Unity 17 | September-October 2016, Unity Magazine
Kevin Courtney

In these uncertain times it is vital that schools are safe places for all children and young people, free from the racism and negative language or attitudes which lead to bullying. Teachers should be congratulated for creating a culture and ethos that challenges harmful behaviour and ensures all parents and pupils are welcome and safe in school.

4 Oct 2016 >> Action, News
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Confronting The Rise In Racism – Stamp Out Islamophobia & Anti-Semitism
10.30am-4.30pm, Saturday 8th October
Friends Meeting House, Euston Rd, NW1 2BJ
Speakers Include:

• Jeremy Corbyn MP, Labour …

3 Oct 2016 >> News, Unity 17 | September-October 2016, Unity Magazine
Anti-fascists round one of the barricades in Cable Street that stopped the fascists marching on 4th October 1936

“I think that Mosley was supposed to come along at eleven o’clock, but thousands of people were there early in the morning. They might have reached the beginning of Cable Street but they didn’t get down there. People were throwing things out of their windows. Anything to build up the barricades so they couldn’t pass.. There were Jews and Irish, the lot. Everyone was down there.”

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