Over the last 8+ years 4WardEverUK has compiled one of the largest single online listings of the annual United Families & Friends Campaign protests. UFFC is a coalition of families and friends of those that have died in custody.
“When I was 10, I was very curious about what exactly my Aunt Liz’s job was. She seemed to always be very busy and have many interesting stories to tell. She was the manager of a domestic violence shelter.”
I’m an anarchist. So maybe I shouldn’t be here. After seeing what politicians of all persuasions have done to our country, there was no other way to go for me. People need to understand just how much they can do for themselves, so if I were forced to do the job I’d abolish the post of Prime Minister.
written by: Harmit Athwal published: 16 April 2014 A reflection on deaths that took place on 15 April 1989 and the state’s response. As a teenager I watched the Hillsborough tragedy unfold on the telly. It was a Saturday afternoon and my sisters and I were doing our chores or homework. I remember one of …