We stand together as a social civil rights movement in solidarity in the UK and across the globe to change the world. We kneel together for peace and unity asserting Black Lives Matter, and that Black people must be treated as humanely and as fairly as white people. It is a fundemental and basic human right to receive racial equality, and social justice in the societies we live and co-exist woth others, and to receive parity as full citizens of the country, and nation.
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We operate in a humanitarian capacity and concern first and foremost. We believe racism transcends politics and endeavour to avoid distractions, and provocateurs that attempt to get in the way of dismantling racist systems and the harm racism cause, right here and around the world.
We are are not operating in any political capacity. We are not a member of or connected with any political party nor are we staging a political campaign.
Racial equality and social justice are the main goals of the Black Lives Matter Movement.
Disclaimer: To avoid confusion, distinction and clarity – BLACKLIVESMATTER.UK are NOT the BLM political organisation BLM registered and known as the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation Inc. Neither are we affiliated or associated with its UK chapters @ukblm the political collective registered here in the UK under the name of the Black Liberation Movement UK. We are NOT operating politically, affiliated with any political parties or groups in the UK or abroad. We along with YOU are fighting racism for racial equality, equity and justice within the Black Lives Matter Movement, supporting individuals, groups and organisations in Britain, we are a cause and movement operating to end racial discrimination for racial equity, social and criminal justice.
We work for Black Lives to Matter, to exist, to live and breathe and matter equally in all the spaces and areas that white people are privileged and enjoy as a human right.
The Casey Report unveils shocking catalogue of racist, misogynist and homophobic behaviour and abuse across the force.
YET STILL the SO call leader, Police Commissioner Rowley refuses to accept the label. The racist culture is deeply embedded. Institutional racism is woven in its make up and design. Baroness Casey, has advised leaders of change to accept the report in full as conditions and descriptions as described in the report. However, Mark Rowley STILLrefuses to acknowledge the tight fitting label and discription of 'institutional racism', He's just NOT prepared or willing to recognises the findings in its entirety, deeming labels are not useful and political and ambiguous.
Mark Rowley views institutional racism as political.
We of course have an opposing view WE, BlackLivesMatter.UK see Mark Rowley is an integral part of the problem of racism in the MET and he clearly demonstrates his attitude with racist micro-aggression towards Black citizens by continuing to gaslight Black people experience, and trauma.
Baroness Casey, laid it all out in the latest report. These been previous commisioned reports - The Lammy, MacPherson and Lord Scarman report, 3 previous reports before this 4th Casey Report. Past reports eventually gathered dust and all but disregarded.
How can/will the Casey report be different. Will the rug and brush just get that much bigger to help shift the dirt deeper underneath for another few decades more. NOT if we have anything to do with the landscape to help break the old fashioned out of date model of policing.
Mark Rowley is now 30yrs in the establishment and part of the old establishment, seems rolling him out may be a waste of time, a waste-man who cannot be reformed himself let alone become a leader to have any sort of acumen to reform the MET.
The MET police force either needs to be abolished, broken up and disbanded. Subjected too a Royal Commission is the best way forward, some are suggesting.
We won’t let it lie. Our children physical and mental health rely on us to create waves strong enough to change the tide.
red. media’s first ever documentary delves into the experiences of Britain’s Black community, including insights from Kaba’s family and other families who have lost loved ones due to racist police violence. We also hear from international athletes and young Black men residing in London’s council estates, providing a raw and intimate glimpse into their lived experiences of institutional racism in the UK.
JUSTICE FOR CHRIS KABA CAMPAIGN.
The IOPC must launch a homicide investigation into Chris'deathfrom the outset.
The Metropolitan Police must suspend the officer responsible for shooting Chris.
The IOPC must release the body-worn camerafootageof the incident to Chris'family.
The IOPC mustsharea timeline for the investigation with Chris' family.
1,833 people have died in police custody or following police contact in the UK since 1990. The recent killing of Chris Kaba has led to renewed calls for justice as Black people continue to be disproportionately targeted by police violence...READ MORE
September 27, 2022 by Tanupriya Singh
The police are yet to answer a number of questions after armed officers killed dad-to-be Chris Kaba in Streatham last night. Mr Kaba was shot by police who had been following a "suspect" vehicle, which was then stopped following "tactical contact" at 9.51pm, Monday, (September 5), in Kirkstall Gardens, Streatham Hill. His family are demanding answers from the Metropolitan Police.
MyLondon put seven questions to the police about the events surrounding the shooting of Mr Kaba. The Met did not provide a response to the questions, but referred MyLondon to the IOPC. Among these questions were inquiries as to why a non-lethal weapon wasn't used by armed officers and if Mr Kaba had been asked to exit the vehicle before he was shot.
Police have confirmed that a specialist firearms officer shot Mr Kaba, however police have not said why a firearm was used or said whether Mr Kaba was thought to have had a weapon. Chris Kaba's cousin, Jefferson Bosela, 27, a secondary teacher working in Croydon, shared multiple questions surrounding the death of his family member.
READ MORE: First pictures from MyLondon, the scene after yet another Black a man was shot dead by police
8th September 2022
Deborah Coles, Director of INQUEST, said:“When the police kill, they must be held accountable to the rule of law. INQUEST fully supports the family’s call for this to be a criminal investigation from the outset. It is essential that fatal use of force by police is examined with this high level of scrutiny.
There is rightly anger and frustration at yet another Black man whose life has been cut short after the use of lethal force by police. Too often we see misinformation and demonisation of those who die. We hope this is not repeated here, as family and friends mourn the loss of a loved one.”
At Downing Street now to demand #JusticeForChrisKaba #BlackLivesMatter pic.twitter.com/3ncXmw1IOT— Stand Up To Racism (@AntiRacismDay) September 10, 2022
INQUEST Data on fatal police shootings
INQUEST Data on deaths in police custody and contact
Home Office Data on police use of force
We will make progress and we will sort this out - Sir Mark Rowley on @BBCNewsnight #racism pic.twitter.com/IDk7l072wH— Sima Kotecha (@sima_kotecha) October 6, 2022
What a juxtaposition, albeit little change in UK history; Today 10 Sep ‘22 proclamation of new King Charles III, St James Palace with cries “God save the King”, while simultaneously Black people & allies convene 20 mins down road STILL crying… #JusticeForChrisKaba @metpoliceuk pic.twitter.com/gMmP7T0ou0— BLACK KIDS MATTER 🐦 (@BLMKidsUK) September 10, 2022
…STILL crying for justice. Black people and allies will NEVER stop fighting for justice and while many white families will teach their kids about proclamation of new King III, we will teach our kids, truth, the horrible history taking place on same day too. #JusticeForChrisKaba— BLACK KIDS MATTER 🐦 (@BLMKidsUK) September 10, 2022
Documentary maker Aaron Roach Bridgeman who has been stopped and searched himself multiple times, investigates the stop and search terminology, its interpretation and finds out more from suspects, police, campaigners and others directly affecte. He stresses the importance of remaining calm.
Britain’s most senior police leaders are considering making a public admission that their forces are institutionally racist, the Guardian has learned.
High-level discussions began on Thursday and come as their special adviser on race says the declaration is needed if promises of radical reform are to be believed by Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities. More discussions will be held in January, and a decision from police chiefs is expected in February.
"The race crisis that has gripped policing led to thousands of people taking to the streets across the UK in support of Black Lives Matter, triggered by the murder of George Floyd by a police officer in the US in May 2020."
22 Feb 2022
IOPC name two serving Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) officers and one former MPS officer who are to appear in court charged in connection with our investigation into the sending and sharing of inappropriate messages on WhatsApp.
Police constable (PC) Jonathon Cobban, aged 35, and former constable Joel Borders, 45, are both charged with five counts of sending grossly offensive messages on a public communications network contrary to section 127 of the Communications Act 2003. - Read report
PC William Neville, 33, is charged with two counts of the same offence.
01 Feb 2022
Other inappropriate behaviour by officers, including, racism, misogyny, harassment and the exchange of offensive social media messages, is also highlighted in a learning report we are now publishing from our Operation Hotton investigations. The investigations focused on teams formed to tackle crime and disorder in the Westminster area and were expanded after officers came forward to report concerns about the conduct of colleagues.
The 15 recommendations we have made seek to tackle underlying cultural issues by preventing environments from developing in which unprofessional and inappropriate behaviour can thrive and go unchallenged. Included are recommendations for the MPS to publicly commit to being an anti-racist organisation with a zero-tolerance policy towards sexism, misogyny, bullying and harassment.
Thomas Knyvett College, Ashford
Assault in Salcombe Road, Thomas Knyvett College, Ashford
Incident 2.30 pm Monday 6th Feb 2023
First and foremost our hearts and concern goes out to the victim seen in the widely shared video, a young Black girl racially assaulted by a group of acting 'feral' white children who were ecouraged by irresponsible, some would have good cause to reasonably argue unfit parents who were heard tgo egged on a phyiscial group attack on the young girl victim, in the most horrific manner. We now underdand there was a 2nd victime a white girl.
We like many hundreds of thousands who feels outrage and are appalled as well as saddened by the footage of the animalistic viscious, violent assault inflicted upon a young Black girl outside Thomas Knyvett school in Ashford, Surrey. This inhumane attack took place in front of many onlookers, adults, including parents and Thomas Knyvett teachers who had a duty of care BUT choose not to act ot intervene, instead looked on and did nothing. These adults have a lot to answer to, take full responsibility, accountablilty of failing to safeguard and protect minors being assaulted and consequences must be laid at the feet of indviduals as well as the institution the teachers represent.
Police have appealed for information, which is regarded as a 'serious racially aggravated assault'. The parents of the aggressors who are moniors were heard verbally to encouraged their own children to attack the victims, a Black girl, who sought hospital treatment after the horrific attack, which included racial slurs and a threat to kill was heard. The white child victim did not seek or need hospital or medical attention to our knowledge.
The incident took place outside Thomas Knyvett College in Ashford. The child attacked, and her family will be deeply impacted and traumatised by this incident, forever, and affected longterm by this heinous and traumatic event in their life and will need as much outpouring of love and support as available.
The Black community are traumatised too by this racial act of violence, at the same time we appreciate the acknowledgment and equal feeling of outrage from the white (anti-racist) community, who stand with us calling for justice, and for those responsible to be held to account and all involved feel the consequences and the full weight of the law to follow in due course.
If you like many of us feel the school should be closed until a full investigation has been carried out make your voices heard.
Thomas Knyvett College
Tel: 01784 243824
8 Feb 2023 - Protests planned over Ashford mass attack - Voice Online (voice-online.co.uk)
Chief Insp Dallas McDermott provides an update on the serious, racially-aggravated assault that took place in #Ashford, on Monday afternoon, with an appeal not to share the distressing footage of the attack further as we build our case to put to the Crown Prosecution Service. pic.twitter.com/XacA2rTBnZ— Spelthorne Beat (Surrey Police) (@SpelthorneBeat) February 8, 2023
Police Reference No: 45230014226
Click here - APPEAL - Assault in Salcombe Road, Ashford 2.30 pm Monday 6th Feb 2023
8th Feb 2023 - Five people including three girls aged 10 to 16 have been arrested, with police seeking a sixth girl age 15yrs to come forward, as they appeal for witnesses.
Officers are continuing to investigate the serious racially aggravated assault outside a college in Ashford on Monday, 6 February, CLICK HERE.
9 Feb 2023
I am beyond angry about this. I've signed this letter to the Home Secretary and I will be writing to the school. Children should be protected by teachers. I would also like to invite the girl and her family to Parliament to meet with a group of MPs so we can show her our support. pic.twitter.com/kkuOfIM2iy— Dawn Butler MP✊🏾💙 (@DawnButlerBrent) February 9, 2023
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9 Feb 2023
NEW: All of the people arrested in connection to the attack on the Black schoolgirl have now been released on conditional bail until a date in March, Surrey Police has said. pic.twitter.com/vVqoBx0OCu— Nadine White. (@Nadine_Writes) February 9, 2023
Racial segregation on the border as Polish and Ukrainian guards deny safe passage 'based on skin colour'
HUNDREDS OF AFRICANS have spent up to three freezing days and nights on the Poland-Ukraine border prevented from leaving the warzone, according to multiple sources.
Read Article: Voice Online
‘It is obvious that we Africans are regarded as lower beings,’ says Nze, forced to walk several hours to Polish border
Read Article: Independent Online
Britain Separated Palestine from Ottoman Empire
Palestine Granted to Britain -
In February 1947 the British Government announced that responsibility for Palestine would be handed back to the UN and troops would be withdrawn from Palestine by June 1948. Agreement between Arab Palestinian and Zionist leaders had proved impossible and Britain had no support from erstwhile allies or disloyal factions in Britain.
Limited Jewish Migration to Palestine
🔊SOUND ON— Liberty (@libertyhq) February 16, 2022
The Government wants noisy protests shut down.
Noise is *LITERALLY* how we make our voices heard.
Don't let them silence you.
📧Email your MP today
Until racism is taken seriously, we won't stop talking about it.— Momentum 🌹 (@PeoplesMomentum) November 18, 2021
Powerful video from @BellRibeiroAddy#Racism #BlackLivesMatter pic.twitter.com/zEOeerO0UB
Chronicling the felling of the statue of Edward Colston–a 17th Century slave trader–during a Black Lives Matter protest in Bristol, England, and how this act of rebellion made waves across the UK and the World.
Out of a crowd of ten thousand, four people were singled out and put on trial for the toppling of the statue of slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol during a Black Lives Matter march. They came to be known as The Colston Four.
A glimpse into the Black Lives Matter march in Bristol, England on June 7th 2020. Thousands of people gathered at College Green to make a stand against the death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minnesota, and the continued institutionalised oppression and dehumanization of black people...
Sage Willoughby, Rhian Graham, Milo Ponsford and Jake Skuse accused of illegally removing a statue of Edward Colston have been cleared of criminal damage.
Sage Willoughby, Rhian Graham, Milo Ponsford and Jake Skuse
All four were charged after a monument to the 17th Century slave trader was pulled down during a Black Lives Matter protest in the city and thrown into Bristol's harbourside June 2020.
At the end of Black History Month, The Guardian asked prominent Black British figures to assess where the UK stands in terms of equality and cohesion
Fascist party and Mosely roamed the streets of Dalston, East London and Notting Hill, West London seeking out Afro-Caribbean men beat up
"The Mosleys should spend the money on the communities they terrorised..."
It,s time for those renowned Oxford student activists to advocate that ‘Mosley Must Fall"
Max Mosley was a racist and fascist. Max Mosley was in charge of 'the youth movement' of his father's (Oswald Moseley) fascist party and he roamed the streets of Notting Hill in the period 1959-62 looking for Afro-Caribbean men to beat up. His father, titled Sir Oswald Mosley, was the leader of the British Union of Fascists in the 1930s. Max Mosley published racist and abusive election literature about the Windrush generation.
In total, Max Mosley made donations of £12 million to the University of Oxford and to St. Peter's in the years before his death in May, 2021. His violent and racist past was public knowledge from 2018, but the University continued to take race hate money from him, nonetheless.
Contact the Vice-Chancellor, Louise Richardson, and the Master of St. Peter's, Judith Buchanan, College Registrar Catherine Whalley to make your feelings known. See direct emails below
Oxford University - TWITTER: @UniofOxford
St Peter's College Oxford - TWITTER: @SPC_Oxford
Black Lives Matter UK has written to Oxford's University's vice-chancellor and to the master of St Peter's College hours after the Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi said Oxford must explain to Jewish students why it accepted money from the Mosley charitable trust.
We have written in protest laying out what we rightfully and morally expect Oxford and St Peter's to do.
We wrote to tell them in essence that the Mosley money should be returned. No university should touch money belonging to fascists and racists, especially violent racists.
The university was given £6million from a charitable trust set up by motor-racing tycoon Max Mosley from the inheritance he received from his father, Sir Oswald Mosley, leader of the British Union of Fascists, the Telegraph reported.
It's also been revealed two colleges, St Peter's College and Lady Margaret Hall (LMH) previously accepted more than £6.3 million from the Mosley family trust.
Lawrence Goldman is the whistle-blower featured in the press, with extensive coverage in the Daily Telegraph who who read up on all the history and issues about Max Mosley's 'benefactions' to Oxford University. Also, reporting in the Times, Sky News, Daily Mail, Guardian and more.
Lawrence Goldman was a fellow of St. Peter's College, Oxford and held a lectureship in the Oxford History Faculty for 29 years. For all that time, as well as teaching British History, he taught the history of slavery in the United States, particularly the final year Special Subject 'Slavery, Race and the Crisis of the Union 1857-1875'. He is now retired and an emeritus fellow of St. Peter's.
Lawrence Goldman (retired emeritus fellow of St. Peter's) is still using his voice for fair justice and will NOT fall silent, he's been consistent and is STILL taking a public stance on racial injustices and calling out the institutional hypocrites THEY ARE!
In Britain, Kelso Cochrane worked as a carpenter whilst saving to attend law school. On May 17, three weeks before his wedding he was murdered.
Around midnight on May 16, Cochrane left his fiancée’s flat in Notting Hill for Paddington General Hospital to seek treatment for a thumb injury. In order to reach the hospital, Cochrane had to pass a popular pub frequented by Sir Oswald Mosley, a well-known white nationalist and staunch anti-immigrant advocate, and his supporters. From across the street, six white men shouted, “Hey, Jim Crow” at Cochrane. The men then descended upon him and stabbed him. A taxi driver rushed Cochrane to St. Charles’s Hospital where he was pronounced dead at 1:00 a.m. Cochrane’s last words were, “They asked me for money. I told them I had none.” Read Blackpast article
Mosley led his campaign on an anti-immigration platform, calling for forced repatriation of Caribbean immigrants as well as a prohibition upon mixed-race marriages.
Oxford University Professor Lawrence Goldman has spoken up on the current issue of the donation from the Mosley charitable trust and warned that the Mosley millions must be rejected. He said: ‘Some might call it blood money. Everything about the Mosley family and the Mosley name is contaminated.’
He continued: ‘My story is not uncommon. My grandfather lost two siblings, their spouses and five nieces and nephews in the holocaust.’ Professor Goldman has written an Open Letter to all of the governing body fellows of St Peters College appealing to each of them personally to use their vote to stop the donation.
He has warned that accepting such a donation would be a disaster for the college and pose a threat to the existence of Oxford University.
In fact, the students’ and workers’ unions at Oxford must now take a stand and tell the governing body that it will take strike action all along the line unless this donation is returned to its bloody sender at once.
Ghanaian sculptor Kwame Akoto-Bamfo - BBC New Africa who sculpts faces that represent those who were stolen from their homelands in the transatlantic slave trade.
ONLINE REPORTING FORM
You can report an incident of discrimination in football - whether it took place online or at a grassroots, non-league or professional game - by filling in the online reporting form below.
Visit Kick It Out’s ’Other Reporting Methods’, you can if you prefer contact KICK IT OUT via a different format, Download Kick It Out Apps - Click Apple App Store or get it on Google Play.
Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho, Bukayo Saka
Above: Manchester shows support for Marcus Rashford: ‘It’s evolved into something special’
Below: Raheem, Marcus and Bukayo on family
Racist abuse of England players Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho & Bukayo Saka 'unforgivable'
‘Pride of lions’: what the papers say about England’s Euro final defeat
Heartbreak is the word of the day as newspapers capture the poignant end of a thrilling journey for the football team that dared to dream
Budapest - Monkey chants aimed at players during game
Sep 2021 - England players targeted with racist abuse in Hungary during World Cup qualifying win.
The evils of racism continue and has no boundaries.
Racism in Sport across the pond - US Athletes listen to their stories. Speak up for what’s right. Silence is not an option. #BlackLivesMatter.
DRUG POLICY FIT FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
FOR FIFTY YEARS THE MISUSE OF DRUGS ACT HAS DAMAGED PEOPLE AND COMMUNITIES, UNDERMINED SCIENCE AND ENTRENCHED SOCIAL INJUSTICE
People across the country are calling for reform of our drugs laws. This is not only a matter of political debate, but an issue that affects real people from all backgrounds.
Listen to the voices of those directly affected by drug policy, and why they want change now, on our 50 Voices page.
Meet the families. The stories below tell how the members of Anyone’s Child have been negatively affected by the drug war, and why they chose to become part of this campaign. Please read and share - Read more...
Families, activists, lawyers, politicians, police officers are all part of our growing movement calling for change. Watch our 50 stories to hear why more and more people are calling for an end to the Misuse of Drugs Act.
Please read - Read more...
There is a troubling racial disparity in the targeting and punishment of Black people for drug related offences. Despite being no more or even less likely to use drugs than white people, Black people are far more likely to be charged for possession rather than cautioned, to be taken to court, to be fined or imprisoned and to get a criminal record than their white counterparts. Black people are also nearly more than 10 times as likely to get stopped and searched for drugs than white people.
The criminalisation of young Black boys needs to STOP where White counterparts mostly walk free without ever having a criminal record for social drug use.
The Police need to STOP racially using the misuse of drugs act to victimising young Black people.
“Do not get lost in a sea of despair. Be hopeful, be optimistic. Our struggle is not the struggle of a day, a week, a month, or a year, it is the struggle of a lifetime. Never, ever be afraid to make some noise and get in good trouble, necessary trouble.”
~ John Lewis 8/6/2020
A schoolboy told his mum he was going out to play – but his body was found in a river. Police initially said it wasn’t suspicious, but Christopher Kapessa’s mum kept asking questions. Now she’s fighting for the teenager who pushed him into the water in what prosecutors say was a 'foolish prank' to be charged with manslaughter.
Shukri Abdi's death: from a 999 call to a coroner's verdict via global protests
The refugee schoolgirl always came home on time, until one day she didn’t, sparking a high-profile campaign for justice
27 June 2021 is two years since the lose of Shukri Abdi. Heart still hurt, never forget her, say her name until we have #JusticeForShukriAbdi
Dea-John Ried, 14-year-old was chased and stabbed to death in Birmingham on Monday 31 May 2021 and was subjected to racial abuse before the assault, police understand.
West Midlands Police today named the victim as teenager Dea-John Reid and said that racist language was directed towards him and his friends before the attack.
Tupac Shakur passionately explains his views on generosity and responsibility, traits he feels some people with extreme wealth like Donald Trump lack, in this MTV News clip from 1992.
Sometimes while we adjust to a trauma music can often speaks for us can evokes emotions much louder and deeper than our own words at times.
These 3 songs tell a story, a journey of struggle and pain, all three songs takes us there, to a place where it all makes sense...
You may have a different song you can call upon, what we do know is it's time for a NEW Revolution ~ Black & White Revolution.
It has to be together, it cannot work apart and together we can make it through.
Please take a listen to these 4 thought provoking YouTube videos
SWISS from So Solid crew (BRIT, PRS ,MOBO award winners)
'I CAN'T BREATHE'
Legend Gill Scott Heron an American soul and jazz poet
'The Revolution Will Not Be Televised'
Ajay Stephens - Memories (Drinks Bring Back Memories)
Last but not least
Age just 12yr
Sings a heart-breaking song
I Just Wanna Live ( I Can’t Breathe )
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Published Date: 16 March 2016
Description: Gil Scott-Heron - The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (1971)
As the US Civil Rights Movement gained momentum in the late 1960s, Scott-Heron recorded this musical poem that attacks the lethargy of the nation, spouting lame TV advertising slogans to parody the seriousness of the struggle:
“The revolution will not go better with Coke / The revolution will not fight the germs that may cause bad breath / The revolution will put YOU in the driver's seat.”
Published Date: 30 May 2020
Description: Made in 2014 after 'Eric Garner' was murdered, and it's sad that these words are still so relevant. So I decided to do a video release in light of the recent murder of 'George Floyd' to release the shock-energy I received after watching his death yesterday (29.05.20) which I tried to avoid doing.
“It’s not Black British culture, it’s British culture, period.” Watch the highlights from Steve McQueen's powerful #EsquireTownhouse talk, with @Breitling. Full version: https://t.co/4jxBXZTFsf pic.twitter.com/q2OgjxJMph— Esquire UK (@EsquireUK) October 17, 2020
I Just Wanna Live ( I Can’t Breathe ) - Keedron Bryant ft Will.i.am
Published Date: 27 July 2020
Description: Emotional massage from Keedron Bryant & Will.I.Am Just Wanna Live ( I Can’t Breathe ) expressing the frustration of every Black African-American in the United States.
#KeedronBryant #IJustWannaLive #BlackLivesMatter
More than 700 signatories from the UK music industry - including artists, managers, producers and companies - have written an open letter urging people to "stand together" and "wipe out racism now".
We did not chose to ignore George Floyd's death in 2020 nor will we choose to ignore George Floyd's memory how ever many years ahead. George Floyd you changed the world forever. RIP 25/05/2020.
We believe in a world where everyone belongs and we reject racism that stands in the way.
MAKE THAT STAND WITH US
ZERO TOLERANCE TO RACISM
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