By Zephaniah Samuels This week's inquest into man doused in petrol who was ignited by a Taser has seen the police watchdog the IPCC call for more guidance on their use. With data showing that people from the UK's African Caribbean communities account for half of those Tasered across the capital,... Read more..
A remembrance event for Cherry Groce, who was gunned down and paralysed by a firearms officer during a dawn raid on her home, sparking the Brixton uprisings of 1985, will take place on Saturday 3rd October. Organised by her children, this will raise awareness of their new campaign calling on Police... Read more..
With the media awash with calls in Jamaica as well as from British reparation activists in the Diaspora for a governmental apology and reparations for slavery and the slave trade, which the UN has recognised as a crime against humanity, from PM David Cameron during his visit this week, scholars... Read more..
By Zephaniah Samuels A plan for what the Government should do in the first 100 days of the new parliament to improve the lives of people with mental health problems entitled 'Improving England's Mental Health: The First 100 Days and Beyond' has prioritised five areas for action that does not touch... 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.