Statement: 56 Groups: Employers who breach OSH laws and expose workers to Covid-19 must be prosecuted

15th June 2020

We, the 56 undersigned organizations, groups and trade unions are concerned about the lack of obvious enforcement and prosecution of employers, contractors, developers including Directors and CEOs when they violate laws meant to ensure worker safety and health, even during this Movement Control Order (MCO) where workers ought to be kept safe from Covid-19. No…


15th June 2020

Guest Articles by Guest Writer – 12/06/2020 The Stories of those involved: Written by Greg Kennedy After the murder of George Floyd by four Minneapolis Police officers and countless other cases of racially motivated hate crimes across the US by citizens and police – the UK stood alongside the United States this weekend in a number of Black…

CNJ: Death a massive wake-up call

11th June 2020

Camden New Journal Letters Coverage of Mr Cardoso and other deaths in police custody, and CNJ’s marks of respect for anti-racist protest is appreciated.  (Mother of student who died in custody: ‘Black men are dying for no reason’) Harrowing images of George Floyd’s torture and death by police kneeling on his neck have been a…


31st May 2020

READ OPEN LETTER TO GOVERNMENTS – A CARE INCOME NOW! See TRANSLATIONS so far.ENDORSE here. List of organizational and individual endorsers. Watch the webinars “From Coronavirus and Beyond: Valuing Caregiving — The Unwaged Work that Protects People and the Environment” and Care Income Now! webinar. Read press coverage and the press statement about the #CareIncomeNow…

Event: Collective online screening of La Ballade des Sans-Papiers

30th May 2020

As part of the day of action called by the International Network #PapersForAll La Ballade des Sans-Papiers A documentary by Samir Abdallah, Raffaele Ventura Collective online screening – 30 May 2020 – all day In 1996, 300 undocumented African migrants – women, men and children – occupied the church of St-Bernard in Paris for weeks, and…

Selma James & Women of Colour GWS sign letter: We stand with Jeremy Corbyn – just as he always stood with us

10th December 2019

New Zealand: Women of Colour condemn Mosque Shootings

18th March 2019

Dear friends, We have updated our statement (sent 16 March). Great if you can send it round your networks with Facebook event for the Vigil tonight, which we have been invited to co-host and speak at.  We will be meeting 5.30pm onwards outside News Corp, 1 London Bridge St, London. See map Hope to see…

Honour Mothers, Honour all carers

6th March 2015

How the black community is affected by racism from the police, the justice system and the media. Prepared by Reverend Francis Ackroyd, High Cross Church, Tottenham, with Black Women for Wages for Housework and Legal Action for Women

16th July 1998

The Weekly Journal: The Crime Bill and the Black Community

4th March 1997