Women of Colour in the Global Womens Strike


Network of women of colour from Africa, India, Latin America, Europe, US and indigenous lands campaigning for women's unwaged work to be recognized and paid for with a #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

Organisations and individuals including Kehinde Andrews, Hanif Kureishi, Ahdaf Soueif, Gillian Slovo, Robert Del Naja and Anish Kapoor urge BAME and migrant communities to vote for Labour December 10, 2019 · 8 min read As BAME (Black, Asian and minority ethnic) representatives, organisations, anti-racist activists and individuals involved in local, national, and international campaigns, we urge BAME and migrant communities to vote for the…

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

Protesting Operation “Hope and Recovery”

3rd January 2012

Refusing opportunism in our movement What is Operation “Hope & Recovery”?  After the uprisings, a group appeared calling themselves “Black leaders”, led by Lee Jasper (Co Chair, BARAC) and staged a rally on 19 August 2011.  Panel speakers were all men except Diane Abbott (who spoke and then left). Parents – code for single mothers…

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

Waging War for Women

26th October 1988

Tricia Read, Caribbean Times, October 1988

Black and White Women in the Peace Movement

21st November 1987

Homerton School, November 1987

Survey to Appraise Women’s Unpaid Work

12th June 1987

London Daily News and various newspapers, 1987