BARAC National Co-Chair and BARAC Women's Officer both spoke at the Women's Assembly Against Austerity at Conway Hall on 22nd of February 2014, part of the People's Assembly.
They spoke about the disproportionate impact of cuts and austerity on black women, institutional racism, multiple discrimination, community organising and BARAC's call for a national boycott on all non-essential contact with the police until they accept they are institutionally racist.
WATCH DONNA GUTHRIE SPEAK HERE
WATCH PART ONE OF ZITA HOLBOURNE SPEAKING HERE
WATCH PART 2 OF ZITA HOLBOURNE SPEAKING HERE
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: email@example.com 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
Sunday, 23 February 2014
BARAC SPEAKERS AT THE WOMEN'S ASSEMBLY AGAINST AUSTERITY
Posted by Zita Holbourne, Poet~Artist~Activist at 12:40
Labels: austerity, BARAC UK, black activists rising against cuts, cuts, donna guthrie, injustice, INSTITUTIONAL RACISM, lee jasper, police boycott, racism, women's assembly, zita holbourne
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