A Pan African Human Rights Organisation challenging the misrepresentation of African people, culture and history in the British media.
The annual reparations march from Brixton to Parliament on 1 August 2015 received a surprise boost as an extra thousand plus supporters joined in solidarity with the call for reparatory justice.
Reparations 2015: Victims of colonial atrocities in Africa are denied justice after the CPS decide against prosecuting British military suspects involved in Maafa war crimes.
‘Looking For love‘ a frank, humorous exploration of relationships by director Menelik Shabazz will be in Cinemas 21st August 2015
A Different Perspective on the Afrikan world
The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) is praised for hosting its 1st Education for Reparations weekend at the Bob Crow Training Centre, Doncaster held on 10th - 12th July 2015.
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Ligali monitors anti-African socio-political trends and publishes news and articles of issues affecting African people resident in the UK , the Caribbean, Africa and across the Diaspora. Our news and journal archives reflect some of the Pan African community campaigns we have been involved in or supported since 2000.
Ligali supports artist - activists and highlights both pro and anti-African media. We have particular concerns about the wealth of stolen artefacts residing in various British museums and support calls for their return.
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produces progressive Africentric media and education programmes that actively work for self determination, socio-political freedom, physical health and spiritual wealth.