Tomorrow sees the launch meeting of the new Liberation Movement set up to fight-back against anti-Black racism, islamaphobia, anti-semitism and other forms of hatred.
6.30pm. Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London, WC1R 4RL
‘Racism and inequality have never been starker in Britain today. The government’s hostile environment scapegoats migrants, refugees and Muslims and emboldens the far right. From the Grenfell Tower fire, Windrush scandal to the Covid-19 pandemic, we see a heavier impact on people of colour.’
Clive Lewis, MP
Barry Faulker, Unite political education co-ordinator
Jacqui McKenzie, Windrush campaigner and lawyer
Yvette Williams, Justice4Grenfell co-ordinator, Suresh Grover, director of The Monitoring Group,
Black and Jewish filmmaker Orson Nava, Chantelle Lunt, Merseyside Black Lives Matter Aliance
Moshfiqur Noor, assistant general secretary of the Bangladesh Workers Council.
The meeting will be chaired by Councillor Hassan Ahmed and Deborah Hobson who are co-chairs of the national organisation Grassroots Black Left.
To indicate your attendance please register at
Grassroots Black Left
It published two pamphlets on COVID.
Croydon based anti-racist activist and journalist Marc Wadsworth has been a key person to building the alliance to set up the Liberation Movement. He is available to give talks on his book about Shapurji Saklatvala, Battersea’s Indian MP 1922 and 1924-29.