BLM News



Mar 23

What has BLMUK done with the money?

In 2020, BLMUK raised over £1 million, what have they done with the money?
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Nov 22

Official Statement from Black Birmingham families affected by fatal collapse

The workers clockwise from top left: Mahamadou Jagana, Almamo Jammeh, Saibo Sillah, Bangally Dukureh and Ousmane Diaby died in 2016…
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Sep 22

BLMUK fund opens for applications

We will distribute £350,0000 in total to organisations that share our vision of Black liberation – apply now.
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Sep 22

Statement on the killing of Chris Kaba

Now is the time for solidarity, support and action.
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Jun 21

#KillTheBill Defendants – Contact Bristol Defendant Solidarity For Advice And Support

On 28th May, 8 defendants facing serious charges from the #KillTheBill demo on 21st March this year had their first appearance on court. We accompanied in support, several of them chose to plead guilty. We have written this text to point out the dangers of pleading guilty to this charge, and to point out that there is still time to change to a ‘not guilty’ plea.
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May 21

One year on – how much has changed?

Rest in power, George Floyd. Today marks one year since George Floyd was murdered by the Minneapolis police. Floyd’s death…
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Apr 21

On Ma’Khia Bryant and abolition

Chauvin convicted for the murder of George Floyd, instead the Black community have been terrorised again with more police killings.
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Flowers arranged on a concrete floor to spell the words: "Kill The Bill" on the left hand side there is a black box superimposed which contains the following text: "Demo @ 6pm Parliament Square" and another on the right hand side saying: "Police don't keep us safe #KillTheBill"


Mar 21

On the 2021 Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill

Black Lives Matter UK opposes the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill. This bill seeks to expand the powers of a police and prison system which fails to keep us safe.
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Ghana Flag interposed with the LGBT+ rainbow flag


Feb 21

Solidarity with LGBT+ Rights Ghana

Black Lives Matter UK expresses our solidarity with LGBT+ Rights Ghana, and with oppressed queer and transgender people across Africa facing increased violence.
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