Smiley Culture Campaign March Against Deaths in Custody

Saturday, 16 April 2011
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Thousands of people from across the country came together to support the family of Smiley Culture and the hundreds of other families who have lost loved ones in police custody or the care of the state. 
Estimated to be largest march of its kind since the New Cross Fire, this demonstration marks the change in both the community's response and national attitude towards the deaths in custody.

 

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Traffic in the capital came to a standstill. With the chant 'No Peace, No Justice,' resonating in the air, the thousans of marchers made their way to New Scotland Yard to demand a change to the police practices that led to the death of Smiley Culture, Kingsley Burrell Brown, Julian Webster, Sean Rigg, Roger Sylvester, Christopher Alder, David Bennett and countless others.

 

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