By Zephaniah Samuels The preliminary inquest hearing into the death of Kingsley Burrell-Brown, a physically healthy father-of-three who died after he was violently restrained by police while in the care of Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust in 2011, will be held in November... Read more..
By Ruth Dayspring The disproportionate numbers of people from the UK's African Caribbean communities who continue to be subject to detention under the Mental Health Act, even though there isn't a higher prevalence of mental illness amongst this group, makes the Department of Health's current review... Read more..
By Ruth Dayspring Black Mental Health UK in collaboration with Cancer Black Care have published a new study on access to cancer screening for people from the capital's African Caribbean communities living with a diagnosis of mental illness, which shows that engaging with the black voluntary sector... Read more..
The exemptions of detained patients in the new 'right to choose' in mental health care initiative pose the danger of excluding black Britons health campaigners warn, as although people from the UK's African Caribbean communities present early to their GPs for help, they are more likely to be turned away... Read more..
By Matilda MacAttram Wednesday 2 April 2008 The only permanent exhibition to shed light on the city of London’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade is on permanent view at the Museum in Docklands.