Zita Holbourne & Lee Jasper.
The four main objectives of the campaign are: To campaign and defend jobs and services. To highlight the disproportionate and adverse impact of reduction in public spending on black communities, provide a campaigning platform to fight against cuts, To work in partnership/build alliances with others facing similar attacks. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, 25 August 2013
POSTPONEMENT OF MLK50 MARCH ON WESTMINSTER ON 31ST AUGUST DUE TO A BEREAVEMENT
It is with regret that
we have to postpone the planned MLK50 march on Westminster for jobs and
justice scheduled to take place on 31st of August. A member of the march
organising team has a family bereavement and we are postponing out of
respect to them and their family. We apologise for any inconvenience
this may cause you and thank you for your understanding at a difficult
We will be in contact regarding a new date for the march as
soon as we can. We would appreciate it if you could pass this message on
to any networks you circulated details of the march to.
the meantime we would encourage you to attend two other events relating
to our planned march in the coming week. The first is an event at South
Bank Centre, London, marking the 50th anniversary of the march on
Washington, taking place on 28th August and the second is the
Anti-Racist convoy in response to the recent racist advans taking place
on 1 September. Details of both are below.
Apples and Snakes Presents Architects Of Our Republic
Celebrating the 50th anniversary
of Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘I have a dream’ speech with a FREE
open-air event outside the Royal Festival Hall this summer.
An open-air collision of words, music and film celebrating an iconic moment in modern history.
2pm – Film screenings in the Ballroom
3pm – Live performance featuring Zena Edwards Ballroom & around the Southbank
6.15pm – Public March from the Jubilee Gardens
7pm – Main stage on Riverside Terrace
When: Wednesday 28 Aug
Where: Riverside Terrace, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, London SE1 8XX
Tickets: Admission Free Info: Southbank Centre / www.architectsofourrepublic.co.uk / @rageandradiate
racist convoy against racism in response to the recent Government
racist advans, taking place on Sunday 1 September, from Tower Hamlets -
details in the link below.