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Listening Tree Video (LT) April 14, 2021 MICHAEL GROCE INTERVIEWED RE THE BRIXTON UPRISING, 1985

In 1985, police raided the home of Cherry Groce, looking for her son Michael. During the course of the raid, Cherry was and left paralysed from the waist down. The streets answered.

Mar'20 What's Going On March 29, 2021 The Brixton riots 40 years on: What has changed for Black Britons?

Four decades on, with the ripples of 2020’s Black Lives Matter marches still being felt, our chair, deputy opinion editor, Joseph Harker, with author and lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University, Alex Wheatle, 1980s Lambeth council leader Linda Bellos, and co-founder All Black Lives UK, Natasha Johnson will be marking the anniversary of a moment of fundamental change for Black protest, exploring its evolution through the past 40 years to today and ask, what next in the struggle for equality?

Encyclopaedia Africana N March 27, 2021 NIGGER HUNTING IN ENGLAND? (1965)

In 1958, he came to Britain and studied Politics, Economics and Philosophy at Swansea University, where he won the annual student debating competition.

Encyclopaedia Africana F March 22, 2021 FLOETRY

“Did I leave you behind or did you let me go?”

Police (RH) Resources Hub September 7, 2020 ‘The man who shot my mum is still living his life’: Cherry Groce’s son on life after police brutality

It gradually dawned on the family that the man with the gun was not an armed burglar but a police officer. The scene became hellish.

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