18 August · 19:00 - 22:00
AFRO-CARIBBEAN MILLENIUM CENTRE
339 DUDLEY RD, WINSON GREEN, BIRMINGHAM, B18 4HB
Birmingham, United Kingdom
|For||Black Activists Rising Against Cuts. (BARAC)|
Right To Work, Black Activists Rising Against Cuts, Unite Against Fascism, The Indian workers Association and other community activists and campaigners have called a public meeting next Thursday to discuss the riots and the causes behind them. Please find leaflet attached.
WHAT CAUSED THE RIOTS?
Maxie Hayles, Birmingham chair BARAC
Raghib Ahsan, branch secretary UNITE 5/445
Estelle Cooch, Right to Work
Weyman Bennett, Unite Against Fascism
Indian Workers Association
Date: Thursday 18th August
Venue:ACMC, 339 Dudley Rd, Winson Green, B18 4HB
National Chair / Co-founder; Zita Holbourne Established 2010, grassroots campaigning org against racism, injustice, adverse impact of austerity on black communities, for migrant / refugee rights. UK based but our focus is both o UK and globally. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @baracuk Instagram: @baracuk original Facebook group: Black Activists Rising Against Cuts page: BARAC UK GoFundMe Humanitarian Aid crowdfunder: https://www.gofundme.com/f/BARACHumanitarian
Saturday, 13 August 2011
PUBLIC MEETING ON THE RIOTS, BIRMINGHAM
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