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BBC Bradford Radio – Racial Justice Network on Hate Crime
Project Officer, Sharon Anyiam, joins BBC Radio Bradford to discuss our hate crime report.
BCB Radio – Race Matters with Trustee’s Sai Murray, Maureen Grant & Laura Loyola-Hernández
A discussion with invited guests on international, national and local issues. Note, this episode contains references to violence, discussions on race, mental health.
Becoming accountable to our relationship with the earth: Racial Justice Network’s and Climate Justice 13th framework re-Grounding.
So do we come even close to being in a place of humble acknowledgement of what Earth is to us and in relation to that, the fact of our belonging to the Earth makes it necessary also to be in full acknowledgement of each other, not only across the face of the Earth, but also over the deep time of this planet’s existence.
Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Structural Vulnerabilities, Resilience and Migrant Communities-led responses to COVID-19 in West Yorkshire
Our report highlights the resilience and resourcefulness of diaspora communities during the pandemic whilst between a rock and a hard place. It articulates the systemic underpinnings of the pandemic’s impact on migrant communities and captures lived experience, not simply as a vehicle for the expression of traumas, but as a form of agency for influencing structural change.
We are a working group with members from ZHRO (Zimbabwe Human Rights Group), ROHR (Zimbabwe Restoration of Human Rights), MDC-A (Movement for Democratic Change Alliance) and ZAPU along with other Zimbabweans living in the UK and various organisations who have been coordinating efforts to stop the deportation of people back to Zimbabwe. We have gatheredContinue reading “Fight The Flight: Stop the Deportation to Zimbabwe”