Some of the issues affecting the Pan African community since 2000.
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21 July 2017The Rochester Grammar school (RGS) that defiantly defended its offensive ‘slave auction’ lesson plan has withdrawn the Afriphobic resource and apologised for upsetting students and parents.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.
03 July 2017Patients and staff involved in treating sickle cell patients challenged the NHS Choices team’s decision to omit sickle cell crises from its list of painful conditions.
03 July 2017Update from Grenfell MediaWatch team
28 June 2017Following the Grenfell Tower Massacre on 14 June 2017, a small group of activists, volunteers and publish their first MediaWatch report.
23 June 2017In an open letter to David Dimbleby, Toyin Agbetu asks why BBC Question Time didn\'t discuss the Finsbury Park terrorist attack and why it took 45 minutes to mention the Grenfell Tower tragedy whilst skimming over its wider implications?
19 June 2017Toyin Agbetu explains why the political language the media and politicians being used to describe the Grenfell Tower Massacre continues to traumatise survivors, family, friends and supporters.