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Protesters march against racism in the police and in support of The Mangrove. Protesters carry flags and placards.

The Mangrove Nine

The Mangrove was a Caribbean restaurant located at 8 All Saints Road Notting Hill, opened in 1968 by Trinidadian community activist and civil rights campaigner Frank Crichlow. In the late 60’s, Notting Hill wasn’t the sought after address it is today, there were still undeveloped WWll bomb sites and the under-construction Westway motorway carved the […]

Cumbria Police partner with Anti Racist Cumbria to tackle any racial disparities.

Cumbria Constabulary are pleased to be working with Anti Racist Cumbria in its commitment to identify and address any racial disparities for anyone interacting with Cumbria police. The joint programme has been commissioned by Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Peter McCall. Chief Superintendent Sarah Jackson from Cumbria Constabulary said “We are really pleased to welcome […]

Hidden Black Bodies: Indifference to Black and Brown Missing Persons Cases

Author: Meghan Guy When Sarah Everard was declared missing last month, the nation mobilised in an attempt to find her – sharing her image all over social media and asking for leads on TV and radio. As soon as the first pictures of Sarah began to circulate when she was reported missing, I had a […]

Stephen Lawrence: The Murder That Should Have Changed A Nation

Author: Janett Walker On 22 April 1993, Stephen Lawrence was murdered as he waited for a bus with his friend Duwayne Brooks.   THE EVENTS THAT EVENING Stephen and Duwayne had spent the evening at Stephen’s uncle’s house playing video games and then went to take a bus home. They realised the bus they’d taken […]