November 2020: Britain is Not Innocent

Britain is Not Innocent – A Netpol report on the policing of Black Lives Matter protests in Britain’s towns and cities in 2020.
UKBLM’s Adam Elliott-Cooper published this report on the policing of the summer protests – one of the key findings is that the policing of the protests was institutionally racist. You can read the report on the NetPol website.

August 2020: Mark Duggan Memorial Protest

UKBLM partners with Justice 4 Mark Duggan Campaign, Tottenham Rights, 4Front Project and Stopwatch to organise a mass gathering outside Tottenham Police Station.

June 2020: Doorstep Noise

UKBLM worked with @Raceandhealth to organise national doorstep protest to highlight that black and other racialised minorities are more likely to die from Covid-19. Find out more about our vision for tackling racism in healthcare in the OUR DEMANDS section. You can read more about the action in Nadine White’s article in the Huffington Post.

May – July 2020: Police monitoring and arrestee support at protests

UKBLM works with Green & Black Cross, NetPol, LCAPSV, The Monitoring Group, StopWatch, Liberty, Northern Police Monitoring Project & Black Legal Protest Support to provide police monitoring and arrestee support during Black Lives Matter Protests.

October 2018: Annual March Against Deaths in Custody

UKBLM marches with the families of those who have died at the hands of the state to demand justice for their loved ones.

June 2016: Focus on the Funk Conference

Birkbeck Law School hosted Black Lives Matter co-creator Alicia Garzer, alongside Gayatari Spivak and UKBLM’s Adam Elliott-Cooper. More info on the conference can be found here.