17 August 2017Yesterday was the start of the inquest process into the killing of the 20 year old, Rashan Charles. But even with a jury present is there any guarantee of them delivering justice when the media has already demonised Rashan, his family & friends?
04 August 2017This year, Ligali’s African Remembrance Day event returns to our traditional way of gathering by the water and under the tree.
03 August 2017Toyin Agbetu explains why we can’t trust a police force with a history of lying as IPCC confirms the misleading police statement deliberately hinting Rashan Charles swallowed drugs were untrue.
01 August 2017The streets of London were alive with the sounds of traditional African drumming and chanting as hundreds marched to parliament as part of the Annual Reparations March.
30 July 2017Toyin Agbetu shares his account of how a Occupy Kingsland Road vigil turned into the Dalston Kingsland Uprising.
25 July 2017Toyin Agbetu reflects on the unwanted Police intervention at the Justice for Rashan Charles Vigil and reveals how it leads to so many of our young people feeling abandoned by his generation of elders.
23 July 2017A video which seems to show the murder of a young African man by Hackney Police officers is trending on Twitter for its brutality and lack of media coverage.
21 July 2017The Rochester Grammar school (RGS) that defiantly defended its offensive ‘slave auction’ lesson plan has withdrawn the Afriphobic resource and apologised for upsetting students and parents.
17 July 2017Update from the Grenfell MediaWatch team.
13 July 2017A selective British grammar school has defended teaching students how to pick and buy enslaved African children during an Afriphobic history lesson.