A collaboration between The Racial Justice Network, University of Nairobi, African Digital Media Institute and University of Manchester. Between the 13th and the 16th January, 6 of us from the UK and 5 others from Kenya have curated a programme of events focused on the decolonization of education and activisms. This programme seeks to bringContinue reading “Decolonising Education Kenya 2020”
Annual General Meeting- 5th of December 2019. Location; Millside Centre, Millside House, 131 Grattan Road, Bradford. BD1 2HS 1.30-4.30pm
Opportunity for men of Color to learn/discuss about how they can act in solidarity with women and assist in dismantling patriarchal, capitalist and racist systems. See the Facebook event for more info.
Part of Racial Justice Network’s Collective Conversation series which aim to explore the intersections of issues regarding race and colonial legacies. Please see the eventbrite link for this Race, Youth and Intergenerational event.
Activists and organisers across Yorkshire are invited to create a network of alliances around the common goal of resisting the UK government’s hostile environment policies. Each group or individual will be asked to introduce themselves and talk about their current areas of interest, challenges and what resources they need and may offer to others. AContinue reading “Yorkshire Resists the Hostile Environment”
Immigration Control & The Hostile Environment Policy as Colonial Legacies Ubuntu Women Shelter is a charity set up to provide temporary and emergency accommodation for women with no recourse to public funds. By Law, Glasgow City Council does not owe these women a duty of care. This is an initiative conceived and developed by members ofContinue reading “Glasgow resists the Hostile Environment”
We acknowledge there is no biological or anthropological basis for race, and claim we are but one race. However, the socio-political reality dictates that opportunities for participation are organised on the basis of the myth of race.