Tottenham’s black community has a unique history of challenging racial and policing oppression spanning over at least three decades. Last year’s August violent public disturbances in the locality, sparked by the police shooting of black youth Mark Duggan, are only the latest events underlying a litany of state neglect (poverty) [...]
Event: Launch of Tottenham Rights Advice & Campaigning Surgeries Date: Monday 8 October 2012 Time: from 5pm to 7pm Venue: North London Community House, Moorefield Road. London N17 6PY Refreshments will be available TMG will be launching an important initiative in Tottenham, North London, on Monday 8 October 2012 from 5pm [...]
Anders Behring Breivik is now a convicted far right mass murderer and terrorist. Last July he bombed government buildings in Oslo, resulting in eight deaths, then carried out a mass shooting at a camp of the Workers’ Youth League (AUF) of the Labour Party where he killed 69 people, mostly [...]
The exhumation of a woman mistakenly buried in the grave of a former paratrooper will also disturb the remains of the ex-soldier’s niece, his family has warned. Police are investigating how the blunder occurred after the body of Christopher Alder was discovered in a mortuary 11 years after his family thought [...]
Lord Herman Ouseley, the most influential and respected anti-racist campaigner in English football, is deliberating whether to quit the FA Council depending on the outcome of the investigation into England captain John Terry’s alleged abuse of Anton Ferdinand.
A court in Moscow has sentenced five members of a neo-Nazi gang to life in prison for the racially motivated murders of 27 people. Several other members of the outlawed Nationalist Socialist Society were also found guilty – including one woman – and given jail terms of up to 23 [...]